Written by Sheena Sahana K
A season that can turn back the clock is fall. All we hold on to is not just memories but the story behind our pieces of emotions.
Summer through the window
I can’t seem to let go
The season is yet to change
Is it autumn all again?
Leaves just sway
Falling down all the way
You break in and steal every moment piece by piece
Same as freedom fall experienced by the swaying leaves
Leaving me behind in an atmosphere of stolen dreams
Will, we meet on the same road again,
There’s still a story yet to happen
Wait a little bit
There’s more to say
Our story is left half the way
You can’t remember anything
All of these are meant to be not the same
I want you to be happy but not in vain
I wish I could turn the clock back to our time
Rewrite every stolen line
There will be rainfall again
Every season has to change
Day and night
Through where light resides
You’ve got a better view
Greater through every perspective
Asking me who am I to you
You’ve forgotten me through it all.
As autumn would kill summer through fall.
Text © Sheena Sahana K
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