Georgetown Sorrows

April 15, 2019

Goodbyes never hide a forever
Endings weren’t meant to rush their step
On this scorching afternoon, however, I saw
Rain guarding my lonely walk

Gone are all the ones I once loved
Eager I was to share this view
To sunny California, yet, they ran
Oaths were broken when they left M Street

Waiting walk now wakes me up
Narrow roads I took to Healy Hall
Sorry head I lay towards mild, wintry skies
October now longs for a warm July

Running and laughing under the orange sky
Remembering your blue eyes alongside the Potomac
Or that kiss on my neck that meant a farewell
Without you, yet, these roads call me back home

Silent eve that watches me take off


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