Epitaphs in motion

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There’s nowhere I can run to
and no love outside my door
she vanished like the genie
left these bottles on my floor
a light was shining through her eyes
reflected onto me
but last time I called to my love
no one remembered me
and my heart is filled with cigarettes
her departure birth of sin
cause the day she left my eyes
I watched her fade just like my grin
and nobody understands me
many nights and many songs
in a moments kiss
what felt dismissed
a place where I belong
I’m her epitaph in motion
six feet tall above this ground
I’ll keep driving looking for
the place where I can turn around ©

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2 thoughts on “Epitaphs in motion

  1. Deborah Wong says:

    ‘she vanished like the genie
    left these bottles on my floor’

    I can emotionally feel that. My interpretation is this is like a dark and sad poem of not so much of paying a tribute of what you actually feel inside. You really write from the heart. You made me speechless.

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