Time To Go

It’s only ever true when I’m lonely.

It’s only ever right on cold storming nights.

I’m sorry for the way I’ll never love you the way you want me to.

Baby it’s time you should know that maybe it’s time to let each other go.

It’s not like I ever wished to lie but you were always there and I was always high.

I started this out showing just what I was about.

I told you healing is what I needed I was more than damaged but a burning fire of heaping wreckage.

Baby I swear I never wanted you to hurt but when you play with fire your gunna get burnt.

I told you not to stay I even pushed you away untill the day you said you earned it and I was like hell alright you just might be right.

Still I will say it again

It’s only ever true when I’m lonely.

It’s only ever right on cold storming nights.

I’m sorry for the way I’ll never love you the way you want me to.

But baby you need to know it’s past the time we let each other go.

Crazy a few nights some drugs and a few beers all the sudden it’s now a few years. I shed more tears seeing how life has passed me by and I wasted more time living a lie.

Trying not to hurt you I really hurt me.

How many times I said it already.

It’s only ever true when I’m lonely.

It’s only ever right on cold storming nights.

I can’t be sorry for the way I’ll never love you the way you want me to.

Now you know time to let me go.

3 thoughts on “Time To Go

  1. This poem reaches into a very intimate place in why it hurts to decide a relationship is over – we share the human condition and part of our conditioning includes finding love as the universal solvent for our sadnesses and the panacea of our isolated lives. You have laid it out in a real way. ♥️

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