Winter WalkThough the tears have all been cried
And the waving has passed another goodbye
I remained in the winter to watch the sun set.
I loved to hear the sound of you walking away
I stood in the grass and so came the end of the day.
Walking and moving, the morning turning and churning out what we will become.
I would have bid for your return, but my time is spent
I would have sought refuge but only to deny an end.
And as all things fade I will walk this winter and feel no cold
I'm afraid though that no longer shall this happen, I've grown to old.
To old to wave good bye but young enough to know regret.
Walking and moving, the afternoon brings the warm of the sun.
I loved the sound you made as you slowly went away.
I loved all the things that happened in what transpired that day.
What I loved I now miss what I loath no longer dampens my spirit.
Love was a fleeting gift all to often misused by misguided fools.
But as I stand here now I can feel the winter chill, the air so cool.
Walking and movi
Toil.I strike and swing at visions that never seem to have true form.
Drunkenly fighting for a better place with far less of a price for me to pay.
Shuffling about lost in a haze of human incompetence
Staring up and pondering the things so far beyond myself.
Socialist views and political ideals forging the suffering of thousands.
I'm broke on the street hearing those words "everything will be fine son."
Nowhere to go and nothing to lose and they tell me this is God's love.
Consequences bureaucrats never touch, never fess up to, and never take the blame
I'm the pointless political number, the fall out and the voiceless one that complains.
Few weeks down the line, fucked over with a bad place to stay,
Twenty bucks a week is suppose to make things okay.
Falling back on friends as they're all I have left, pondering how I fell into such a mess.
Straight shooter, never did a single thing wrong, never hurt anyone.
There I was though, homeless and broke just wanting to eat.
Politics and religion, s
Hit the LightsWay back ago I had a girl
Had to be the best in the world
Couple of kids we both were
To damn small for such a big world
Not so long ago I knew a girl
She always knew what to do.
Started to grow a bit out of touch
She was headstrong, I was shy
Called it off, no real reason why
Now the world is small and I have grown
Everyone has left so now I'm alone.
Could have used a bit more of my ambition
I was stubborn, wouldn't leave my disposition
But that's my nature, that's my position.
Where have you gone to now?
Why does it seem that no one's around?
These words are spoken to nothing
Needed someone to save me from something
Everyone has left, and the lights have gone out
Yet I'm still standing, still hanging around.
Everyone I knew went off, did there own thing
Never really happened to me, I did nothing.
Needed to be saved, needed that tear
Needed that kiss, I needed that glare.
Not that I mind, this is my place
This is where I'll be for the rest of my days.
One more time I shall pine for th
DaydreamingNo compassion, no memories, such a cruel and twisted fate that's been forsaken.
This is beyond everything, this is what I see when I stand upon the borders of my mind.
My world is lost to me beyond the sight of all the things upon which I see.
In my head there are no reflections of thoughts, nothing pertaining to myself
Inside this brain are distant strange stories, played out as far as the eye can see.
Instead of thoughts of grandeur or of splendor, there are battles, mystery and confusion.
Instead of a mirror to my own self, there are images of others, their own lives replacing mine.
These people dwell in a universe of my own making, with a fate that depends upon my own whim.
Strange fates, devils and angels and warriors and machines, all things created by me
They could live, or they could die, all as I stand and gaze into the air, thinking thoughts not my own.
As I ponder and neglect my own thoughts, my own very real and solid world, I gaze into my void.
Neglecting my own future, al