Treasure Island

Jason Gaydos


Alone I Wait


Looking at the stars in the twilight sky
Thinking of you as the days pass by
Leaving our love in the hands of fate
Sitting here, alone I wait

From twilight to blue, the sky grows black
Remembering our time while thinking back
Leaving our love in the hands of fate
Memories in mind, alone I wait

Feeling you as your no longer there
Images of your face still fill the air
Leaving our love in the hands of fate
Reaching in the darkness, alone I wait

I close my eyes, to ease my mind
Between my love is only time
Leaving our love in the hands of fate
Alone I dream, alone I wait

Submitted: Monday, October 14, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 25, 2013

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