Cloudless ApologyMature

I traveled deep into the space.

Left a man broken as can be.

Go search when I feel I’m not me.

Who would want to do so anyway?

 

Find a heart and leave it by the door.

Maybe I’ll retrieve it when I’m bored.

Tell the man to untie me from this cord.

High time to wander, he would say.

 

To whom do I owe?

A cloudless apology.

One for those I left behind in sadness?

 

Venture far, never come back for me.

I’ll come looking, and only if you’re ready.

Then will you let me eliminate the greedy?

That’s not me anymore I promise you.

 

Now is the past mixed in the future?

I can’t define the line by the city.

Don’t dare send me your pity.

Nobody deserves it and that includes me.

 

To whom do I owe?

A cloudless apology.

One for those I lied to so discreetly.

 

Tell me when in my life I went wrong.

When love and friendship came I seemed to lose it.

Someone told me to be social just a bit.

I figured out it couldn’t work for my manner.

 

To whom do I owe?

A cloudless apology.

Honestly I don’t really know.

 

To whom do I tell?

A cloudless apology.

It says nothing and contains no rain.

 

No sun will shine overhead anymore.

Let it rise and sink when it goes away.

Let the little boys point us to the fray.

They’re the ones who seem to know the path.

 

I tried to lead a life with emotion.

Through time I realized what it is like.

I’m stuck riding on a trike.

Only cause I always need one other wheel for support.

 

To whom do I owe?

A cloudless apology.

For the one my heart was thrown into.

 

To whom do I tell?

A cloudless apology.

The friends I lost must hear this loud and clear.

 

To whom do I owe?

A cloudless apology.

To whom do I owe?

A cloudless apology.

 

Who needs this call?

A cloudless apology.

Maybe it makes sense to you but not for me.

 

Tell me cause I don’t know.

 

Who needs my apology?

 

Does it even matter to you?


 

The End

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