You gave me a mark
Said “you’re mine”
Laid them upon my chest
And down my spine
My shoes went through a make over on the way to the Louver
I didn’t miss you today
Shout out to the succulent growing in abandoned train tracks
The last day of summer was almost as sad as the day you left me
The sky was painted with the colors if lost thoughts And the clouds let out the  tears of unspoken words
As they rolled off my shoulders and onto the water around me
I could hear the blissful moment when the crying sky turned to rain And it’s tears tip toed onto my skin
Leaving behind the sound  Of the sweetest kiss
It’s always you.
I’m scared you’ll like being alone more than you liked being with me
Flowers from a vender in San Francisco