When we might walk alone,
gathering thoughts while in motion,
when neither might be known
except a look, a glance, a notion.
Wish we might, now years later,
understand just how we could ask
for more time, ask for just another day,
when we seamless now today bask
in memory to hold our hands this way.
When my heart feels a pale instance
drawn within a soulful time we knew
our lives were simple and full of chance
when then we held the keys so new.
If I could ask you again without any repeal,
yesterday, to hold me again with open arms,
would you forgive my innocent appeal
could we then no longer feel such alarms.
Our adult hat tricks a mellow state of mind,
creates an urgency that lets go our release
while rather reminding ourselves of that bind
holds our conscience in place; quiet peace.
I remember when I felt like my world was you,
when then I could wait like no-one ever knew.