If Bells Never Ring


If bells never ring for you
When you leave through open doors
I'll stand on the other side and cheer

And if the lights never shine for you
As you stand upon an empty stage
I'll smile brightly as to comfort you

If treetops reach too far above
When you try to climb their age'd branches
I'll hold you up, no need to fear falling

But all this could be trivial
For how could we determine fate
And what might we feel later on
Shall I be as forgiving then?

With ample heart I love you now
And I suppose I will tomorrow 
But times do change
And I'm known to be volatile 

Though I'd never hurt you 
And I could never hurt him... 
I suppose I wane decidebly indecisive 
Too troubled to say I love you straight
This poem is about: 


Need to talk?

If you ever need help or support, we trust CrisisTextline.org for people dealing with depression. Text HOME to 741741