posted on Apr, 27 2016 @ 07:10 PM
I froze that day, that day in February waiting for somebody. Why, I waited for you, yes I did. See my love, I never could know the sins we'd get in
and the hurt that we'd foster.
I froze that day, that day in February. Why, it was that day, that day after the 14th, the day of love. The snow swept the world away in silence that
Sunday morn'. World swept away, you swept my heart away.
I stumbled 'bout a mile fighting the chill, fighting the wind. I held a rose, for you! Yes it's true, I held a rose for you then. Then I waited for
you in that frozen wasteland. You said come, come a bit further.
So I did and I followed, I ran to you. You held me, when you caught sight, in embrace, in your warmth I could escape.
You took the rose. Claimed there was no need-but I knew. I knew then I loved you. We ate cheap, the poor young souls we were. You were young. I was
old, I loved you then.
We sat under the cloudy skies, held in such embrace. I wished a kiss, one kiss! To steal away from you. But I remained with my love, for you, hidden
away from sight.
A fortnight then passed, 'neath the Church bell tower did we stay. We sinned then, but not the sin of what we did now, what was yesterday. I spoke
unto you words which you repeated unto me. I loved you then, and you loved me.
Kisses and embraces, we lay in the grass. Our joys and sorrows long past. I loved you then, long now for what once was. Unto you I cried. I received
See, I froze that day in February, for you. I froze now, without a heart or soul, I am inhuman and weak and now, no one cares at all.