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  • we met on the 7th floor
    not sure if we were going up
    or going down....

    I don't remember how many times you had tried to die
    I just know I already had...
    too much
    too frightened to think of living
    looking every where but in
    and your eyes
    they looked so much like mine

    do you remember family night?
    we were the guilty
    they were the evidence

    do you remember the brown haired girl?
    so much pain
    she wanted us to kick her
    just to make it stop

    and the shape shifter?
    with her 7 lives inside one body
    I saw her morph
    I saw her hell

    you and I had found our way to
    the drunks
    the addicts
    the dwellers of darkness
    the misfits
    and the jokers
    all of us broken
    in the safest place I'd ever been...

    with things too bloody to hide behind
    our hands were raw but we held together
    hands and candles
    we fanned the light
    forward we went
    onward and over

    I think there was no way out of falling for love
    to love
    in love
    in remembering
    our love
    so simple it baffled us
    cracks in our hearts let the light shine in
    something new
    something felt

    same hope..
    slay the ghosts
    bury the dead
    same prayer...
    feel the sun
    live again
    different journeys
    we had to go

    never ever saying good bye
    we just let go to find our wings
    some how
    some way
    it makes it easier to say hello...
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