Wildy the Journeyman (into_the_wild) wrote,
Wildy the Journeyman
into_the_wild

:: I Will Be There ::


:: I Will Be There ::


When your song echoes
in that forgotten corridor
a melody that lingers
but no one hears
I'll be there to listen, to feel,
I will lend my ears

When your cries erupt
in the nonchalant night
The tears that fall,
No one's in sight
I'll be there to wipe,
to feel,
I will bring the light

I will be there,
I will be there
When the crowd disperses
I will be there
I will be there, I will be there
When the show ends,
I will
be
there

When you feet grows weak
in the summit climb,
your energy sapped,
loneliness sublime,
I'll be there to carry,
to feel,
I will be your limbs

When your stature's clouded
by those with spite,
Don't be afraid,
have no respite
I'll be there to defend,
to feel,
I'll be by your side

I will be there
I will be there
When the crowd disperses,
I will be there.
I will be there
I will be there
When the show curtains,
the audience parted,
You will look to see
I will be there

When your body turns cold
in the end of days
The rest will stand solemn
as you go away
Till the last moments
ashes scattered into air

I will
I will, I will,
I will
...
Be
...
There
...

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