Missing Part

Don’t forget me, he said
With heavy heart, broken voice and slowly instead
The words could barely make sense
And when he stared back at the face, he knew it was the end

Then She took his hand, said she’s sorry
You will find someone, though world around is scary
This is life, you don’t need to worry
You move on, and just remember our story

She said, I will forever and ever be yours to keep
I will always be there, for whenever there is a friend you need

In his heart, he knew it was the end
He said it’s alright, I understand, or pretend
As they last walked to the place where it all started and now comes the end

And he said, I will forever and ever be yours to keep
I will always be there, for whenever there is a friend you need

Then they left with heavy hearts
These lasting words to carry along as they depart
For he had given her a piece of the broken heart,
To live on with a hole inside, a missing part
And now they are miles apart

Far Behind

So today I woke up with this thought in my head, a feeling which I was used very much used to carry around. What made a difference is actually watching someone else go through the same emotions. Before all this, I may have been oblivious to the feeling but now I am not so sure what to make of that – other than thinking that we all need to move beyond our past, take control (easier said than done, but you have to start somewhere eh?)

Here are the thoughts put together in a song:

Stayed awake through endless nights
Worrying about more wrongs than rights
You leave behind this shadow with the break of light
Only for the sunset to bring back the fight

You think you weren’t made for the world
And it wasn’t made for you
You got to walk through this life
The way that you want, for you

Even though the wounds are fresh
Memories on your mind, all the time..
For the world looking at you, all you’d say “I’m fine”
But really all you gotta do
When times are so slow
And as if swimming against the flow

You go to leave them, all the worries
Oh you got to leave them, all the pain
Far, far, far behind