A Last Hoorah

A Last Hoorah

A Poem by Ryan Walker

I am sorry that I said those things
I didn't say them for you
But part of me hoped you would 
Accept what I had to say
So 
Now please I ask you
Believe me 

I still believe every word
And every time I sign It stings
But I believe other things
Just let me sing

You can no longer stand to be alone
You feel like you should sign along
Oh I changed you but
That doesn't mean a thing
It does not bother me
'Cause I can no longer
Blame me but please
Trust someone 
Love someone 
Like you once did me

Mistakes
You have yours
And I mine
No longer combined
Strange
It was my mistake to ruin that night
But it was yours to take that knife

Justify your in-actions anyway
But we both know
It's your fault
I forgive you
But I see
What you really are

I still believe every word
And every time I sign It stings
But I believe other things
Just let me sing

You can no longer stand to be alone
You feel like you should sign along
Oh I changed you but
That doesn't mean a thing
It does not bother me
'Cause I can no longer
Blame me but please
Trust someone 
Love someone 
Like you once did me

We are just a distant hope
And now you're just a fading dream
And as I melt into your memory
I no longer scream desperately

© 2013 Ryan Walker



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Added on May 24, 2013
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Author

Ryan Walker
Ryan Walker

Fort Worth, TX



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