On My Own
In the town I lived, there is no more time.
In the town I lived, there is no more space.
Through the woods I walked, but they are no more.
And the animals they have long gone.
By the lake I dwelled, let my mind be free.
But now the shores are dry, this won’t be coming back.
In the fields I played, there is no more green.
In the feels I ran, I seem to stand alone.
On my own, there is no one left to embrace,
On my own, there is no one left in this place.
In my mind I thrive, there I find peace.
In my mind I live, there I try to find.
What we lost somehow, lost along the way.
I try to relive, I stand alone.