Maya Hanson (mye3)


Stranger


There’s something intriguing about strangers
you’ll never see them again
There’s something fitting about this night
as I stand next to you

Evening air
our laughs collide
making it powerful
Leaving there
the hardest thing
I’ve ever done

Way up there
on the Ferris wheel
dancing on rooftops
And waiting here
after it
for you…

There’s something unstoppable
about this night
we’re on top of the world
There’s something magic about being
in your arms
Rearrange the hearts molded
even just
for a night
Shining over
a town
far away

Our wishes bonded
for a night
Orion’s Belt the witness
No legality
no true love
no soul
But I wish you were here,
I wish it more
than I ever did, and now
Now I’m remembering
when I met you
that night
Witness holds
it’s our night forever…
Stranger

Submitted: Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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