Autumn Winds

Rookie - 0 Points (July 22 1993 / Sanfrancisco, California)

Come Find Me


Come find me in the rain
With the tear drops falling down
Where the skies cry all the same
Come find me now, words are too fleeting

Come find me at the world's edge
With everything falling down
Where I'm waiting to fall too
Come find me now, the moments are fading

Come find me in the moonlight
With the night bloomers on the path
Where the stars will light your way
Come find me now, nothing stays forever

Come find me in a summer wind
With the leaves rustling in the wind
Where the wind teases my hair
Come find me now, I'm almost gone

Come find me in the ocean blue
With the waves that carry me in
Where the water slides over my skin
Come find me now, life's passing by

Come find me in the early sun
With the beams that warm my skin
Where time feels like forever
Come find me now, for we all know there's an end

Submitted: Friday, March 22, 2013
Edited: Sunday, April 14, 2013
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