And now I wait

Your curtains on the door
and your man on the floor. 
I'll wait, I suppose. 
No sense in leaving you like this.
You never got that kiss
and he'll sleep in silence. 
The rivers will be beautiful—
that's what you wanted
and now indulgence is toxic. 
I guess I'll wait. 
You said your romance was dead
but now that slit runs deeper in red. 
Don't worry, I'll wait for you.
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3 Responses to “And now I wait”
  1. Harmony says:

    This is nice. I am curious to know what circumstances you are speaking of?

    • Ziggy Mang says:

      A fictitious murder following a love affair. The girl is remorseful and regrets her decisions but the speaker will wait and is confident that time will heal her wounds. Of course the speaker then realizes that relationships like this can run deeper then people can make them out to be

    • Ziggy Mang says:

      The rivers refers to dumping the body

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