Poetry and Lyrics: Waiting

16 Aug

Waiting by J. Valentine

I know you live from a suitcase
I know you’re out on the road
I know you may be feeling lonely
When you’re out there on your own

You may be feeling guarded
You may be feeling shamed
But know that when I see you
You have always stayed the same

I don’t need security
I don’t need a home
I need to know that you’re with me
So that I don’t feel alone

When the sun goes down
And you rest your head
When you are weary or feeling blue
Just know like a drum
My heart still beats for you

So, next time you push me away
Forgive me for the first time I strayed
Scared and guarded and drunk
I may have been, if you chased me
I would have waited


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