A Reply of Silence

You’re always mine, in my eyes.
You’re my light, when the night comes.

I remember the day, that you said that you’re mine.
And I thought it was right, but turned out I was so blinded.

Didn’t he betray me, but did the fate betrayed us.
Didn’t he want to leave me, but did the freedom take him away.
Goodbye.

You’re always mine, in my eyes.
You’re my light, when the night comes.
You’re my fire, beside me when it’s cold.
I can see you above, in the clouds.
In the end, you’re still around, and I
wish you were here, when it’s cold.
Wish I could hold you, one more time.

Is it only me, who need to find you all the time?
And I thought it was nonsense, I could pretend you’re still here.

Wasn’t it his fault, but was it compulsory?
Wasn’t it right to be free, but was it essential right now?
Goodbye.

You’re always mine, in my eyes.
You’re my light, when the night comes.
You’re my fire, beside me when it’s cold.
I can see you above, in the clouds.
In the end, you’re still around, and I
wish you were here, when it’s cold.
Wish I could hold you, one more time.

One hundred days, I think I’m still OK.
Our room is cold now, I wonder “how is the ground underneath?”
A year from here, I can feel your arms.
Please shred my tears, please wash away all memories of you.

You’re always mine, in my eyes.
You’re my light, when the night comes.
You’re my fire, beside me when it’s cold.
I can see you above, in the clouds.
In the end, you’re still around, and I
wish you were here, when it’s cold.
Wish I could hold you, one more time.

Please stay here, or take me with you.
This pain I can’t bear, hope it’s not true.
Why are all the tears? Why are all this silence?

Please answer, or take me to the trail
where I fell for such truth
that of learning where our fates’ held.

© 2016 Lam Le, All Rights Reserved.

 

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