Argentina

“It won’t be easy, you’ll think it strange when I try to explain how I feel, that I still need your love after all that I’ve done.
You won’t believe me.
All you will see is a girl you once knew,
although she’s dressed up to the nines, at sixes and sevens with you.
I had to let it happen , I had to change , couldn’t spend ally life down at heel, looking out of the Window, staying out of the sun.
So I chose freedom, running around trying everything new, but nothing impressed me at all,
I never expected it to.
Don’t cry for me Argentina, the truth id I never left you.
All through my wild days,my mad existence I kept my pronise , don’t keep your distance.
And as for fortune and as for fame,
I never invited them in, though it seemed to the world they were all I desired.
They are illusions, they’re not the solutions they promise to be, the answer was here  all the time,
I love you and hope you love me.”
    -“Don’t cry for me Argentina”

Lucho Rodriquez
holding a Silver ring
it had a Lama designed
by his aunt from Argentina.
Lucho Rodriquez
standing at the door
waiting for an answer
I took the ring
would soon lose it
as I lose everything
all that constant moving
My heart belonged
to Barry Adoram
who only Gave me
a kiss
the lesson learned
was to miss
meant more than
to keep.
Don’t cry for me
Argentina
the truth is
I never left you
and in my mind
I chose you
to be my guy
but in my heart
it was always
the bad boy
who got to kiss  the girl
who got to miss
the boy.

About seagullsea

a seagull flying over the great ocean of life observing.
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