6854) When people put you down, half these people don't even know you properly- or at all. And if they do, then they simply aren't worth your time. So let me tell you now: don't you ever, ever, ever, for one second let them get to you- because the second you bow your head down, you're letting them think that they're right.
I'll be your Romeo, you play the Juliet. The sun won't set, until you appear. Cause I know you're the one my love, my love. What light through this window breaks? So bright, so bright. My life just for one more day. So bright, you're so bright. Fall fast, the course of love never did run smooth. I'll try to sleep on my own tonight. We will meet in the moonlight. Meet in the moonlight. This is not pretend, don't play the end. I know you're real and not just a book I read. Soon I will show you how a heart can never fail, never change. I'll never change.
This isn't fair! (No!) Don't you try to blame this on me. My love for you was bulletproof but you're the one who shot me. And god damn it, I can barely say your name, so I'll try to write and fill the pen with blood from the sink. Woah oh But don't just say it, you should sing my name. Pretend that it's a song 'cause forever it's yours, and we can sing this on the way home
ive got you right down to the bone but i dont let my feelings show but i still remember all the long drives home we sang we sang.Your just trading heartbeats baby your just changing the verse in between your sheets your just trading heartbeats baby...and thats fine with me give it up and just let it go what you had you will never know the reason is right but the feelings are wrong now we'll sing to a different song and thats fine with me.
im just a coward and you're just a liar at heart heres to missing a chance not even speaking toolate not saying anything that would make a start Ive spent a lifetime waiting for the right time there is no better time than here right now this is all I have to say just one time there is no better time than here right now
When you were a tadpole and I was a fish In the Paleozoic time, And side by side on the ebbing tide We sprawled through the ooze and slime, Or skittered with many a caudal flip Through the depths of the Cambrian fen, My heart was rife with the joy of life, For I loved you even then.
God wrought our souls from the Tremadoc beds And furnished them wings to fly; He sowed our spawn in the world’s dim dawn, And I know that it shall not die, Though cities have sprung above the graves Where the crook-bone men make war And the oxwain creaks o’er the buried caves Where the mummied mammoths are.
Then as we linger at luncheon here O’er many a dainty dish, Let us drink anew to the time when you Were a tadpole and I was a fish.
The first stanza and last two of the poem “evolution” by Langdon Smith.