celebrating and creating our own LGBT history

day twenty four

Oldest Silence

 

 

She calls me up she says she needs to stay in my house

she poses questions I don’t seem to need to think about

She said you know that if we do this we do this good

I smiled and passed the cigarette

I was too scared to look

And although I’ve been drinking this is serious

And although I’ve been drinking it’s not why I’m delirious

And I’ve been drinking but you’ve always been delicious

In your heart and soul

In your mind and your goals

I’ve always known

That’s you’re my oldest silence

My oldest secret here

And all I ask is that all the pieces fit

It’s the biggest ask I’ve ever asked myself

Joanna do this well

And so the stars align hold hands and form a path

I find myself dancing any dance you ask

I know I’ve danced into spaces of two

I promise ill do my best do both of you

You’re my oldest silence

My oldest secret here

And all I ask is that all the pieces fit

It’s the biggest ask I could ever ask myself

Joanna do this well

 

 

 

 

Jo Hook, 39, Canterbury

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