You were the waves and I was a boy in hustle,
You stormed on the beach of love, destroying my sand castle.
You came over my happy land, swarmed all over,
Destroyed my home of memories, went back over.
Now in the ocean, you act like you’re blameless,
Took all my dreams in brief, but you left nameless.
But what did this little kid ever cause to your vast powers,
I was trying to be warm, then you came with cold showers.
I loved you more deeply than your ocean profundity,
Did you just fake all that glory in exchange for shooing pity?
Because no that’s not a smile bringer, fake,
That brings down the ocean glory to lesser than a lake.
A mistake is forgivable, a thousand of them are,
But all of them together, can take insecurities too far.
You promised to handle them, you thought it facile,
It was always complicated but even more fragile.
And as I saw you running in a cold night’s band,
I wondered if you’d let me be your warm hand.
As I asked you to sleep, to inform me you’re alright,
Cause without it, I can’t sleep myself all night.
But did you understand or did you argue?
You said you’d change, where is that new?
Oh you’re still in the atmosphere of dirt,
And you expect me not to be hurt.
Trust and love to be cent, betrayal nil.
That’s the only currency that pays my heart’s bill.
You cheated on my trust a lot, and told sorry,
You should have stopped, and so would he.
But after all the trust was left to rotten,
Not doing it for a while, talk like it’s forgotten.
Yes you broke my sandcastle, yes I chose to build it again,
Doesn’t mean this time I won’t try to shelter it from pain.
I wasn’t scared at first but you showed so many sides,
But you blame it on me for being scared of your tides.
And as I set out to build it differently, take it further,
I saw your rogue waves come at me, prepared to murder.