Darren Harris

(30/06/1961 / Leeds, england)

Kaleidoscope


A friendship I thought would last forever,
A friendship bound by many chains,
A trust I thought would last for eternity,
But within darkened clouds full of rain,

My thoughts of you are never ending,
In this kaleidoscope mind of mine,
An ever changing spiral of emotions,
As our two chaotic worlds entwine,

But then I felt our friendship changing,
Because I fell in love with you,
I thought that would end our friendship,
But you told me that you loved me two,

My thoughts of you are never ending,
In this kaleidoscope mind of mine,
An ever changing spiral of emotions,
As our two chaotic worlds entwine,

But then you changed Lizzie, and you used me,
You used my weakness for your gain,
And I was left with mixed up feelings,
As with my last breath I cried out in pain,

In this kaleidoscope mind of mine,
Two chaotic worlds entwine.

Submitted: Sunday, December 23, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, May 03, 2011

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