You’re killing the child in me
That’s worse than fucking killing the whole me.
Yes, it’s my fault
For wanting to lay there with you
For wanting all of you, for wanting
To wake up to you.
These are my flaws…
That I love too much,
That I love you too much.
I am aware that you have things to do,
I have things to do too.
But when I’m with you
I try to be with you,
Not with the things I have to do.
When I’m dying I ll think about those times more than the other things I had to do or ended up doing instead
And I ll smile, even to the memories destroyed
By all the things you had to do.
so yes, let this victory be yours as you self righteously accuse me of selfishness once more. Because yes, I am selfish for every second I spend with you. Call me crazy but that’s the whole truth.
It’s a pity you can’t see it though and it’s a pity you don’t know i love you so.
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