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Silverfish



Silverfish
By Onojin on 05/04/2009
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We’re sitting in a room, in a world that’s only ours
The lights are growing dim and sometimes you’re a stranger
Another night of memory, but memory’s growing shorter
And I love the way we live, with no controlled behaviour
Maybe it’s just me, but we’re in danger

It’s that time of night again and there is silence in our chamber
When hope seeks to depart, there’s no miracle or saviour
You look me in the eye and notice nothing greater
I look you in the face, I should know this pretty stranger
Maybe it’s just me, but we’re in danger

We can’t say what we mean and so am I a traitor
Words are our defence, I know I cannot change her
And it could be wonderful, but love you hold like water
You speak to me each day, yet always you’re a stranger
Maybe it’s just me, but we’re in danger

What am I to you? How do I enrage her?
I don’t mean you any harm, then watch myself and cage her
Because if I let her go, I’d be hollow like our laughter
And then I’m sitting in a room that is empty forever-after
Maybe it’s just me, but we’re in danger


© By Onojin On 5/4/2009 4:18:31 PM
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