Guilty As I am
I faintly remember white satin sheets.
Photos of your friends adorned your ceiling.
I know I spent hours starring at your face,
But I can’t remember, can’t remember your name.
I remember a long and interesting talk.
You said you needed fresh air, so we went for a walk.
I know I spent hours standing by your side,
But I can’t remember the color of your eyes.
We talked about leaving,
Drop the fucking world and do as we please.
We talked about a future,
That we’d never have, not one regret guilty as I am.
Yesterday was bound to leave.
I don’t remember falling asleep,
But I do remember an early morning,
You said I had to go and couldn’t stay,
But I can’t remember a feature on your face.
I remember a long and awkward hug,
I remember counting the fibers, on the patterns on your rug.
I’m not sure but I think you had auburn hair,
Oh well, the devils in the details,
And I really don’t care.
Of course I wonder if you think about me, but I don’t lose sleep.
Still, I long for an answer I’ll never receive.
I hope you think about me, but don’t lose sleep, don’t forget me.
As time goes so will your memory, you won’t lose me.
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