Call Me Home

We smashed
every plate and piece of glass
a fractured rainbow in the trash.

We danced
through the night like we were young
liquor coated songs we sung.

But I loved
that glance you threw so casually,
that smile that grew so naturally.

And please, please, please
please don’t go.
And please, please, please
call me home, home.

We burned
an endless stream of cigarettes,
torched our bridges without regrets.

We crashed
sprawled across strange floorboards,
lulled to sleep by broken chords.

But I loved
that glance you threw so casually
that smile that grew so naturally

And please, please, please
please don’t go.
And please, please, please,
call me home, home.

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