Run away from the sun, 2

You saw me breaking free, and fiercely running away from the mid-day sun fallen asleep.

Maybe I will be too careless, reckless even, and I won’t live to see the sunset. But if I do, I will again turn my back on the suns’ last glance if it reeks of judgment.

The loudest that I can, I will tell the land and the sky that I never needed a hero, I never needed to be saved.

I never needed to be looked after, or someone else to take the lead.

And I couldn’t be happier
if my fire expires,
and I am left to rest in peace

While the sea murmurs of my daring adventures
and the mid-day sun continues to sleep.

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