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This is my friend Caitlyn’s writing. Very mature for a 21 year old. Enjoy & share…

I’ve been waiting my whole life
For a promise to bloom
Rings of Saturn on my finger
Lost in explosive thoughts
And silent resonance
Of a tiny diamond

Beneath the black sky
And blankets of summer
Dew drop eyes
With orbital embraces
You pull me in further
Forever we will fly

Be my empty space
In a world too much
Be the fill I need
When my home is empty
I need you by my side
When stars no longer shine

They say defying gravity
Is godliness
I float from place to place
Space to space
With you
So I guess you’re my savior

Start with any gaze
Map out what we have
Lay it on a table
Try to put it to scale
But my love for you is too big
Philosophy has no say here

If you beat me to the heavens
And I crash into time
Weave me constellations
So I know you’re still mine

I may leave first
Unwillingly, no doubt
Without trajectory goodbyes
I may float off into darkness
No light may scare you
But I will be there with open arms
Of sunlight
And the silent resonance
Rings of endless comfort
In a diamond

Song #15

Here’s a rough scratch of a song with verse and chorus tentatively called What’s Left (of me):

Maybe you had it right all along, no freedom without sacrifice.
Life with blinders on- everything you were told; bought or sold.

See it for what it is, a complete void, used cartridges spent on the bathroom floor.
You had me by the head, heart bore into the apocalypse & you owe me this. Under closed eyelids

So here. Here’s what’s left of me.