For all this time I forgot how much I hated you
And how much I cared
And how the anger and resentment built up inside me
like the Berlin walls
And nothing can make them fall
For such a long time the rage
made me put you above it all
Cause you were a skyscraper
Causing a dark cloud on my life. Living in such strife.
Staining my innocence as if you
poured coffee on my white shirt
Damn that hurt
But still as I sit here clutching the painful
petrifying, past in my hand in the form of
a ribbon, I’m trapped.
The tears are a mixture of happiness
because I’m taking the step of letting go and
the frustration that I’ve held on so long
and let your sickness grow on me like a
I let the ribbon go
It flies following the ways of the wind
I look up and I’m finally free again.