A girl met a boy who will never love her how she loves he
her heart cries rivers for his misguided certainty.
They share the sky and a blanket of stars but father time is a barrier; all she wants is one day for him to say that he’ll share with her.
The tears she weeps floods the flesh of who walk above the surface, “I shine for him, I’m bright for him and still I don’t deserve it?”
Their space has gone from blue to black and she wants everyone to know that she’s drowning in an ocean of broken dreams, alone, with no float.
She often asks what he sees when he turns to look her way; he always says “You show me love but still I cannot stay.”
-The Sun and The Moon, Alex Elle