The Last Time

The Last Time

She leans in and kisses his lips
It’s the last time she’ll see him like this.

So strong and brave to the grave
It’s the last time she’ll see him this this way.

She puts a note in his coat
His condition worsens
Pale skin, debilitated, he’s ventilated.

All alone she waits and cries
Until the call that changes it all
He takes his last breath
With the note laying on his chest.

Meeting you was the best
I never had any regrets
Only that it was you and me
Instead of a family of three.

Forever you are my love
One day I’ll join you up above

She falls to her knees and begins to weep
Not knowing what will be

One thing is for sure
As she sits on the floor
He’ll never know about the child to be bore.

From heaven above
He’ll watch and guide
As his little one lives and thrives.

Photo by Fusion Medical Animation on Unsplash

Don’t

Don’t

Don’t look at me
Don’t talk to me
Don’t know me
Don’t try me

Don’t act like you care
Don’t try to be there

Don’t give me that look
Don’t read me like a book

Don’t hug me
Don’t kiss me
Don’t touch me
Don’t love me

Don’t act like you understand
Don’t try to hold my hand

Don’t tell me my heart will heal
Don’t tell me it’s not a big deal

Don’t invade me
Don’t persuade me
Don’t mess with me
Don’t test me

Don’t pretend you’re in my shoes
Don’t assume that I love you

Don’t question my faith and fitness
Don’t because it’s none of your business

Don’t be afraid of the new me
Don’t try to rip away at me
Don’t worry about the God in me
Don’t focus on the He in me

Photo by Arthur Brognoli

Jeans

Jeans

Content Warning – Explicit Lyrics

You can show me that butt
You don’t have to be my slut
Just a little exposure of that ass
Don’t give me no fuckin’ sass

That ass, those jeans
Let me see inside them things
You walk, you strut
Wiggle and shake that butt
I wanna touch, wanna touch
I just can’t get enough

Thick and round boy
It’s about to go down boy
Go down, go down, that’s what I’ll do
Bend you over and fuck you
Damn you thick though
Call me papacito

That ass, those jeans
Let me see inside them things
You walk, you strut
Wiggle and shake that butt
I wanna touch, wanna touch
I just can’t get enough

Sit on your face?
Yah, I’ll make a case
It’s about to get real sick
When I start to eat that dick

Nibble nibble
Make you dribble
I don’t have dentures
But you’ll wish I did
Now shut the fuck up and give me your kids

That ass, those jeans
Let me see inside them things
You walk, you strut
Wiggle and shake that butt
I wanna touch, wanna touch
I just can’t get enough

Depression

Depression

Night rolls in and I’m always awake
I’m ok with the Lord, my soul to take
Legs on fire and full of movement
So lonely, one person ruined it

I’m empty and sad
Loss of interest in everything
Except being a Dad

Anxiety has a strangle hold on my soul
I have trouble remember things
This shit gets old

All I do is eat and pack on the pounds
Who the fuck wants the doughboy walking around?

Tearfulness, emptiness
Pacing all day from restlessness
I don’t need my life to be the same
But I do want to feel sane

Cramps in my back and thighs
Let me know that I’m alive
There is no shame as I feel the pain
Maybe I’m really going insane?

Photo by Damir Samatkulov on Unsplash

So Gone

So Gone

I came to you guarded and broken, not sure who to trust
Our time together left me woken, I knew it was something that could not bust
Our love, Our love

So gone is the pair who cared
So gone is the man I loved
So gone is the life we shared
So gone, So gone, our love

Over the months and years, my trust in you grew
Until the day I asked for marriage with an I love you
Your face was bright with the most amazing smile
It told this was something you’ve waited for awhile
Our love, Our love

So gone is the pair who cared
So gone is the man I loved
So gone is the life we shared
So gone, So gone, our love

What happened to the man I knew
It’s crazy how you changed
The person I met is now a stranger and deranged
Setting off alarms, warning, and danger

So gone is the pair who cared
So gone is the man I loved
So gone is the life we shared
So gone, So gone, our love

The one I confided in the most betrayed a promise made
He left me all alone feeling gray
What I thought would last a lifetime
Ended up just being over a dime
I left how I came, guarded and broken
Only to find myself as a token

So gone is the pair who cared
So gone is the man I loved
So gone is the life we shared
So gone, So gone, our love

Photo by RODNAE Productions

Tragedy

Tragedy

Her life gets rocked one day in June
Everything she knows turns to gloom
The past is gone, the present a cloud
What the hell does she do now?

She meets new friends
She ties loose ends
She moves to a new place
A city with fresh space

Her family is close
Her life is stalled
She sits in shock and often awe
Still not sure what it is she saw

A new face enters her life
A disrupting force in the night
He leads her down a new path
We’re afraid she won’t come back

Family is worried for just cause
Family is worried because of what we saw
The stories we hear worry our mind
We turn our heads and pretend we’re blind

She explains she’s lost and lonely
But chooses the one who is phony
Her children sit by and patiently wait
Her children sit by and hope she’ll awake

When all this challenge in life is through
We hope she’ll survive and see what’s true
We’re here for her to help her mend
Our love for her will never end

Photo by Liza Summer