I witness your pain like a jury member
Empathizing for you, December
Your words are cold, November
However, I can’t seem to remember
the times where You actually felt lucky
Not like the four leaf clover
Or it snowing in October
But you simply smiling
Smiling like the First day of September
cause it’s the one day you get to be the center
You clean your mirror, trying to clean your self-reflection
However it can’t get anymore flawless
Where you stepped out in the world, knowing you were the change.
No longer the Jury Member, now I’m the judge
Deciding your fate
Restricting your hate
Saying you’d rather “die than live”
Pick yourself up plaintiff and walk
Walk then run with that sheet of paper that you spent four long years working for.
because where you come from, In June, this only happens every blue moon.
“It May happen” they said.
But you knew with Him, who died and bled,
Whose blood He shed
anything is possible
Don’t bring flowers
They bring floods
Floods of uncertainty and pain, yet happiness when your mother smiles.
Who you’d March a thousand miles
Just cause it’s February, doesn’t mean you have to be alone
Just cause it’s V-day, and no one is blowing up your phone
You Still smile
Plaintiff, I see through you as I look at you
And just because it’s January and you still have the flu,
I still smile.