red sky in mo​[​u​]​rning

from by stephanie meyers

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in a few years
I'll come home
once the dust in my veins has settled
hold your tears
I'll come home
once I learn how to deal with this coal - bellied kettle
my conscience, you call it, it leaves you unsettled
my conscience, you call it, it tastes just like metal
I'm nauseous, you called it, I never felt solid

red sky in mo[u]rning
the funeral march is at dawn
the moon gave no warning
whose side are you on in this coal - bellied kettle?
the red sky in mo[u]rning
leaves you unsettled
the red sky in mo[u]rning
tastes just like metal
the crows tried to warn me
I never felt solid
I never felt nauseous
I never felt

in a few years, I'll come home
once I learn how to deal with the fact that you're gone
in a few years, I'll come home
once I learn how to deal with the fact that you're gone
in a few years, this poem will be
once how I dealt with the coal - bellied kettle
my conscience, you call it,
it leaves you unsettled
I'm cautious, you called it,
I taste just like metal
I'm making you nauseous
I'm noxious
you felt it

in a few years, I'll come home
to a red sky in mo[u]rning
in a few years, I'll come home
to a red sky

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from tongue - tied, released December 28, 2018

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