Our Adult Life’s Childhood Days

Treason without reason
We left our moral compass
When it was pointing to north-northwest
And we ran towards the sky

We outrun our obligations
Staying children until time’s end
Hoping to catch our farfetch dreams

And we bathe in moonlight
On a moonlit beach night
Watching on as jellyfish
Swim carelessly
And we yearned to be free as they

We ran across the sky
To outrace the setting sun but
We can’t
We can’t
For now

We cry and lick our wounds
And promise that the dream will end
When we’re there
We’re there

This is our generation
Not wanting obligations
Not needing recommendations at all
This is our time to shine
This is the twilight of you and I
Of you and I

Our Adult Life’s Childhood Days

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