A Siren’s Song/Please Sing For Me/A Lovesong


Yeah, choose whatever title you want, I can’t decide. So I’m up late. Again. I want to sleep but can’t, so I do what I always do when I can’t sleep. I write. Not sure what it is, or if it’s good, but… whatever. So, here it is:

i wrote a song
a lovesong just for you
but when i was done
where was the love?
a dove is circling
far above our heads
filled with angry thoughts
and words never meant to be spoken

to make it sound good
i poured my soul into it
now i’m carrying around
a piece of paper
worthless to me
maybe the devil shows interest
a lost soul is something
he likes to trick

you’re the siren sitting
in the middle of an ocean
made of tears, on a stone
waiting to catch
an innocent seamen
i shout a warning but
my words fade unheard
my voice is too weak

i wrote a song
a lovesong just for you
but when i was done
where were you?
you were long gone
i failed to take notice
of the little things,
signs to warn me

you’re the siren
sitting in an ocean
made of tears, on a stone
please sing for me
I’m not bound to a mast
please sing for me
I’d die to hear your voice
please sing for me

i wrote a song
a lovesong just for you
but when i was done
where were you?
our love is long gone
and with it the sense of life
the dove is circling
cause she don’t know where to go.

Sebastian

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One Response to A Siren’s Song/Please Sing For Me/A Lovesong

  1. Jingle says:

    glad to see you write out your emotions and best of luck on writing and more…

    well penned piece, keep it up.

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