I am but a man with a simple wish, I want to believe that my love melts her with a kiss.
Sitting at an airport that carries silhouettes away, my eyes are wet, thinking upon yesterday.
I was sitting there.
Holding a card just for you.
Oh dear, you’re somebody I knew.
Our table holds black coffee stains.
My insides shook like a storm.
Hold out my heart dear, it crumbles like a stone.
And when I left that doorway to go, she had my bags packed, darling is it so?
Rain beats down on my brown Panama hat, drinking the moist air as common sense lingers on her doormat.
Was I the one worth leaving?
Tell me love why?
Plane tickets show distance.
You said where you go I follow.
Guess there’s something better.
Don’t eat away the truth while you build up the lies.
Humming noises of the metal bird, but I look back to utter one last word.
This room is blank as I suddenly appear at a shop it seems, hard swift scents of coffee beans.
My mind is tired from the traveling altitudes, hazy breaths as I envision altered moods.
My name I cannot recall.
A sky is over me and below my feet.
Close the shop door and see.
She’s gone and I’ve lost all of me.
People walking by, ghosts of conversation.
I look down then up to see why it’s wet, clouds cover the days as each one sets.
Please turn around.
Hold my warm heart.
Muffled calls as I still hold your card.
Written for her delicate loving eyes.
Tattered strings wrap the paper.
Why did this happen to me?
Goodbye it seems.
You said we are the ones with everything.
I know why the plane carries people away and flies, I remember my name, water colored, Mr. Blueskies.