Simone Graves


Tracing My Steps


Seeing you stand there
with your pale ice blue eyes
and your blonde locks cut short
and all of your lies die
I dropp all my things
just to fall into your arms strong
to smell the familiar scent
that will sound the alarm
and bring me way back
to when we were so young
and we loved with whole hearts
and we had so much fun
just being who we were
together forever
you told me you loved me
and i thought things would get better
but though the love stayed
our circumstances changed
and i swore with my world
that i would never be the same
losing you scarred me
tattooed on my hip
forever engraved
i forget the feel of your lips
but i remember our days
of loving each other crazy
and then watching us fade
into little bits of nothing

Submitted: Saturday, February 25, 2012
Edited: Saturday, February 25, 2012
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