Ever so sweetly does the wind flow by, whispers in my ear; 'do you remember, do you remember?' Have I left the past with a forlorn smile, and to where has my hope gone? What about all those tiny little tasks left undone? The other side of me runs wild, roaming free, chasing her long gone spirit. The wind is rushing by, running with howling laughter, roaring; 'don't you remember? Don't you?'
I... Who am I? Why do I exist in this cruel, abnormal world? Was I given hope just to lose it all and feel as worse as could be afterward? Have I no more life in this soulless body and mind? To where has my imagination selfishly run off, forever free?
My name is Liz Sapphire, and my world is where I shall belong, in which I do. My world is my land in which the snow falls freely and the deer gallop majestically. Their footprints, along with mine, shall forever be engraved in the snow and scarred in my past, my memory in which I must mindfully remember in order to live.
After the wind blows
And despite all the pain
The sun finally vanishing
Under the moon, in rain.
I walk alone on the gravel road
And count the cars passing by
I remember the you from ages ago
Were those promises all a lie?
I hear the tapping of the rain
And drenched to the bone am I
Now too exhausted from thinking of you
Giving in, I let out a cry…
Let’s hope for a new future
Forgive, forget, move on
Enjoy the beautiful rainbow
After the rain has gone…
But when will that be?
Soaked and chilled, I suffer with pain.
People walk through and people pass by
Despite the endless rain.