Thank God we're not together

My love for you was worth a life

With thunderstorms to weather.

I was about to be your wife.

Thank God we're not together.

We meet the dusk and dawn apart

In distant motels, distinct beds,

With two, distinctive plots per heart

And stories printed in our heads.

We go to sleep two times a night

But still, we see a common dream

Where me and you, in shattered light

Still love each other and redeem.

We wake up sweated, at a time

Then make a shower, drink a tea

And take a walk through rain and slime

To think again of you and me.

And so, we keep this fairy-tale

As pure, as angel's feather.

A dream can never crash and fail.

Thank God we're not together.

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