Tools to each other’s problems,
We’re just supposed to know
What to live with and how to solve them;
Lighten each other’s loads.
 
Goodbye; I’m coming home.
Clear skies; I’ve never been so alone.
 
This homecoming, this sickly sweet
Opening, this summer heat
Asks me what my name is, have you forgotten it so soon?
So different now, with a million faces
Really, I don’t blame you.
 
Let’s find a light, let go of the knife, set down some time to talk.
The mirror, it laughs with my own eyes,
Shatter it and start my walk.
 
Goodbye; I’m on my way back home.
Clear skies; I’ve never been alone.

(2014)

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