I saw my reflection in your deep brown eyes, the shadows mirrored my defiance as I chased down time. Snowflakes fell silently from a moonlit sky and the seasons blew past me like flashes of light.
Did you see your reflection in my deep brown eyes? Did the shadows remind you of a different time? If we rewrite the endings of dark days and blue nights — could we undo the hurt and rearrange our lives?
Going nowhere in deep woods, we’ve got trouble all around. With glass paperweights for hearts and contempt in our eyes — sometimes, it’s too late to just apologise.
The bar is set in hell. We face off like wolves with matches between our teeth. War in our blood runs deep and our lungs cannot breathe.
We don’t do regret because redemption is our only song— and the songbirds oblige us when they sing along.