There was a time:

I could have danced all night,

Perhaps lost my lonely heart to you.

Never did the future look so bright:


I held my breath, time then ran out, leaving me so blue.



14 thoughts on “There was a time:

  1. awesome capture of motion in and of itself, somewhere our being is infused…progress implies loss of present now pass, your words adding a splendid counter-balance with so few words, a letting go of what is behind, taken by the present moment, the future hopeful, but built upon the “perhaps” – that possibility

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