She Wants Him

 

She said goodbye to her father

She said goodbye to the others too

She was right where it had started

She had finished all she could do

 

He had tried not to bother

He had tried what the others do

He was stopped where he started

He was troubled without a clue

What to do…

 

And as the days turned darker

Blackest clouds took over the sky

The solitary dread would beg for why

 

But it don’t matter

She wants him

She wants him

 

Now the moments were hours

All the years were just second fruits

Unwinding clocks and dead flowers

Providing evidence without proof

What to do…

 

While a judge had presided

Over the jury’s lonely draw

The verdict never provided

That clarion action call

What to do…

What to do…

What to do…

What to do…

 

And as the days turned darker

Blackest clouds took over the sky

The solitary dread would beg for why

 

But it don’t matter

She wants him

She wants him