T.J. Davis Jr.


Impossible Posabilities


it all started over a year ago
it lasted so long didn't want you to go
you had my heart you had my soul
in the end i couldn't let you know
you put faith in me i treated you wrong
i know it's not right but this apology is my song
you gave me chances i didn't deserve
even when life threw you through curves
we lost track of sight became monsters to ourselves
turned into toys collecting dust on the shelves
feet apart but miles away slowly letting myself decay
i screwed up real bad this i know to be true
while punishing myself i was punishing you
it hurts to know we ended that way
still we remain friends, even today
you stuck by my side even when i cried
i knew in my heart the one would be you
but i screwed up too bad now i'm miserable and sad

Submitted: Monday, December 02, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 17, 2013

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