He said she said.
I saw a picture of you
Yeah i changed my hair
I thought you looked different
yeah i feel different too
Nothing more was said between them. They went on their way.
He said she said this in their heads
i wonder what she does is she sad or is she happy did she make it on her own i changed in my ways i’m sorry i hurt her
i remember that smile the glow in his eyes empty cold pillow remains at myside does he still drink tea
Nothing more was said between them Love unbound
He said she said in their sleep
i remember her by my side it felt good if she was here now would i Love her like i should i’m set in my ways busy days
i remember his body it was warm next mine i still love you can’t get you out of my mind but he took another to many times
Nothing more was said between them nothing more was said Love unbound
He said she said
i’m set in my ways i still love you i’m busy today would he come for tea she looks different where did we go wrong i still love you
NOTHING MORE WAS SAID.
IN THIS LOVE UNBOUND
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Do you Love me? She said. Yes . . .NO. He said. Not like you want me to. But i am quite fond of you. What does that mean? She said . . .What i once had for you is gone, he said. But you are welcome to visit when you want. He said. Just not all the time. I like it by myself now and don’t think i can live with anyone. But i Love you and miss you, she said. Well, he said. If you lived closer i would visit with you often.
Is that right, she said. Why would you visit with me if you don’t Love me? He said nothing.
They did Love each other at one time but they were young. She ran away leaving him thirty-three years ago. During those empty years they lived different lives each having families. Then he found her, after thirty years had passed. Why did you find me, she said. But he never answered.
She thinks it is to hurt her, as she hurt him, leaving him, when she was a young girl.
Do you Love me . . .Yes . . .No.
Why did he find her, no one will ever know. Did he do it to punish her. Yes . . .No.
Do you love me she/he said.