You'd wait, you said So, I was fearless I crossed mountains, rivers and every ocean I touched the stars and came back to the ground I ran in circles and laughed a little louder But one day, I craved your smile so I came back I came back to our old playground, and you weren't there. You weren't there and neither did you smell hover in the air. I realised I was infinity - and you my love, was a mere second in time that had passes long before. How could I make you stay?

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