Shades of the night
In the heart of a dark cold night,
hideaway from everyone in my shell,
I try to wonder what my life would have been,
and how would have been changed,
if I would have never met you.
And when images of today and past days cross my mind,
the blue sky reminds me to haste.
A beautiful girl, on a wheelchair, paralysed. She can’t walk.
A woman caresses her, and give her a kiss on her frown.
A child, dreamy-eyed, same problem same fears.
As I don’t.
Fake voices surround my body,
they stretch me and leave me naked on the floor.
Some things are not under my control.
I see destinies in frail hands and poorness in the mind of false tenses.
Union in grey, rings are shared,
who’s on the path ahead? And who’s on the path behind?
Shades of something else,
my fading star, my only and ever one star that could ever shine.