I'm walking down memory lane passing people I want to meet a stranger or two or three they aren't waiting for me anymore I wish I could explain to you every song you ever played for me lingers on my heart and tries to impel me to pull you aside one more time and kiss your lips and soul but I don't think you even regard how much I need you walking with me
I'm scared to death that things may never be the same and the past is forever forgotten I miss you more than this poem could ever describe I don't miss the way your lips felt on my pale skin or your chest pressed against mine, feeling your heartbeat but your voice and the way it could calm me with just a word or two and the way you looked at me you weren't full of anger and despair now there are just snake bites wrapped around those big eyes that used to look like beautiful meadows and mine are now dying suns I miss our friendship I wish it would return like the seasons do because they always do
As I traveled through the hallways today at school I couldn't help but wonder about the future even though it is one of my biggest fears, and my own worst enemy. I tried to imagine my classmates walking through the hallways old, like in their 80s. The images in my mind blew me away and it was hard for me to hold back giggling. Don't get me wrong, its not that I was making fun of everyone.. I wasn't at all, I was just interested I guess. I can't picture myself old but then again.. I don't want to. I hate change and I am dreading the future.. i'm starting to think I have a problem. There was only one other person I couldn't quite put old features on though, he is one of my closest friends... I don't know why but I just couldn't... maybe its because of his colorful and childlike personality and the ability he has to make someone smile by his laughter and just seeing him smile and his dimples stretching across his cheeks. He has the wisdom of an old person but I can never imagine him flaunting the features. I never want him to lose the child in him because that is what makes him who he is and who I love a lot even if we aren't as close as we used to be.