Tia Davis/テイア

My Final Draft

I wanna go to the place with flowers that match the shades of my heart

From red to pink

As I sink in the liquid I once feared

I wanna say goodbye or maybe a new hello 

I wanna see you from the clouds

The day tomorrow will be my final stay

It's not bad if it's in a natural way

But I'm impatient with this sun-like smile

No one can hear me or can tell beyond not even the people like butterflies that flutter my heart

Nobody asks

Cause nobody wants to see

I am all alone

Stuck in this unwanted fantasy

If I go tomorrow I'm still a friend never to go you can even still visit  

Even though no one would care if the relationship breaks because friends I guess means they never stay I learn something new every day

I wish the best for your future with you and YOU 

I know I hate to say I'm tired

It invites all the demons but I truly am

I try to keep hope and happiness but it's running slim

I know you say I can tell you anything but what if it's you that I doubt  

Because I tried to shout without shouting

You, I thought to see me through but never did 

This confusing path tends to keep me weak  

Trying to cry for help but we don't speak

Oh how badly I wish you would speak

As your words save my hope I take this as a sign 

Your words save my life before I ever die

No one can see my signs 

I have no one to lean on who knows me inside out

I always thought but I guess that was just in the moment

I remember the day 

As I remember last night  which is my first chapter 

But this is my final draft

 

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