You’ll know.

When the tears dry and you’re indifferent in familiar places

The memories begin to fade and you don’t wait for a call that will never come

That song doesn’t make you die inside, you don’t cry when you hear their name

You’re no longer afraid to love again…

Closure arrives and you’re grateful for the moment

That’s when you’ll know.


If I write about it I’ll manage to keep this love alive

I hid the disease until the symptoms arrived.

Picturesque were we, enveloped in the scenery
Then natural disaster struck, and you disappeared leisurely 

It was too good to be true something I knew from the start
So I swam in your ocean until the frantic drift apart

Battling our conclusive divorce was my greatest endeavor
It’s ironic that we are nothing, maybe now we can last forever.