Throw another log on the fire, let the embers spark.
Tonight’s the night to let it all hang out.
I walk through the fog on the open road.
Memories fading and I can’t feel my feet below.
I don’t know how it happened, I can only say I tried.
For the effervescence of love somehow slowly died.
I can’t believe I’m here.
It’s not where I’d planned to be.
I can’t believe you’re faraway, huddled in the opposing reality.
Sure I could say you were wrong and I was, oh so right.
But that won’t change a single moment in this dark, cold night.
What matters now as we part ways, each on our separate paths,
is to converge together to co-parent and that’s a simple fact.
Divorced are we, once two in love.
Now there’s nothing left.
Except for a few golden memories and some smoldering embers of what once was.
Patience and peace now live within me.