are the overpowering cologne
of men who let me down,
And even when you say them, I only smell deception.
I cry like Niagara just to wash myself clean
Of foolishness, of judgment.
I should have known no one could love me like that.
But you catch me by my collar when I turn to run.
You crawl into my darkness with soothing, silly words that make me wonder if maybe someday
All we will fight about is what to name our kids,
And all we will worry about is what to eat for breakfast.