Our lady summer
I love you so
I hate this sense of loneliness
But I’m filling it with demons in my head
To be honest I’d prefer a savior instead
One with the strongest heart, the bravest soul
And the roar of a lion, or so she’s told
And when I say goodnight I tell her
“You can make it til morning, sunshine.
Just wait to see the sunrise.”
I said good morning, and I said goodbye
“To see the sun die, I know you’ll make it.
Just wait to see the sunset,” as I kissed her on the head.
And I left to start the beginning of a never ending day
If only I had known I had stolen her last breath away
I would have whispered into her ear, the last thing she’d hear
“I will always be,
where the pagoda stands if you need me.”