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Physical Phrases

from Inside Out by Rosie Caldecott

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The things we fold into embraces,
Hoping that the other understands,
This physical phrase.

Some things can not be said,
Sometimes words of wisdom, they fail us
And we long to fix the breakages and patch the rifts.
But some things, they are not meant for mending,
they are not meant for mending, no…

So let it be, let it be what it wants to be,
Let it ache and let it take what it needs to take.

Go down to the river and tell it all your secrets,
The willow tree will listen to your fears,
And the thicket will not judge for your tears.
So give yourself over to the wild
And its lending ears, I assure you that it hears

So let it be, let it be what it wants to be,
Let it ache and let it take what it needs to take.

You tell me that the paint is peeling and you need a damp course,
Well I’ll call the man in soon,
But to me it looks like you have done a pretty splendid job
of concealing the decay you are feeling day to day…
So use me, oh use me in any way you need,
Use me or I’m useless, Use me or I’m useless

So let it be, let it be what it wants to be,
Let it ache and let it take what it needs to take.
But no more, no more than that.

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from Inside Out, released July 4, 2015

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