Monuments

 

If we are not enemies

Then we must be lovers

Who shelter and cherish and care for each other

 

And under bad weather we’re better together

Not fretting on letters and poor misspelled grammar

 

We are the bridges that connect the few

When lost souls get swept up in knots tied too loose

Where currents get vicious and bodies are bruised

We’ll stand tried and true as the monuments destined to rule

 

I asked you a question there was no response

But expressions on your face had misplaced all trust

 

When the leaves start to fall and all the world tumbles slow

I will search through the wreckage to find you a home

 

It’s all I need to be the monument that holds you up

 

We are the bridges that connect the few

When lost souls get swept up in knots tied too loose

Where currents get vicious and bodies are bruised

We’ll stand tried and true as the monuments destined to rule

 

If we are not lovers

Then we must be friends

And by that time I hope that these words never end

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