I remember my childhood
and the many adventures vanished,
Would give it all I wish I could
Just to hold on to those moments,
Tighter than any harness.
Confused times have me longing
For fallen heroes,
Reality bells keep ringing
and now I find myself paranoid,
With the loud caws of crows.
Many times I passed the same store
In which I used to buy candy from,
Plenty of junk food just for my galore
Yet the old store owner died,
He always used to come in handy.
They used to offer me, tender drinks
and repeatedly said "Stay in school."
I know all of life struggles are linked,
Yet a man who lives free
Follows only an extent of the rules.
Yet as I sit alone at this table,
All of those memories evaporate
To the words: