Love Is War, by Edgar Allan Blowfish Subscribe to rss feed for Edgar Allan Blowfish
Posted: 2018-06-09 02:05:47 UTC
I've been looking on beaches and looking in bars
Thought that I saw you in the oncoming cars
It was your reflection cast off by the light
And into the sky of this dark city night
And I looked for you up in the tallest of trees
Swayed back and forth in the mid-autumn breeze
When the leaves reddened and fell to the ground
I knew then you aren’t meant to be found

If love is war
You’re not fighting anymore.

And I looked for you then in music and song
'Cause I thought somehow we still belong
They were only notes pulled from the air
Not the kind I could read or breathe if I dare

If love is war
You’re not fighting anymore.


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