Left Coast

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Well it’s getting dark but I feel fine
Lost in between graham hill road and highway 9
But there’s a red, red robin chirping in my ear, and a breeze behind my back
I took a long deep breath of redwood air and I found the railroad tracks

This is clarity I think
Is this sanity a trick

Later that night I found myself
20 feet above the boardwalk questioning my mental health
It’s these sad, sad songs getting in my head, of “honestly, I can’t remember”
So I closed my eyes and thought of how far I’ve come since September

And I watched, super 8 waves
Breaking over and over again
And I heard, your voice in my head
I love you, over and over again

I woke up, and drove down the coast
So far away, from the things I care about the most
And I hate how much I feel detached from it all, save this familiar buzz of a phone
I want the north east back, rainy days intact, the only place I’ll really call home

And it’s a thrill, to be where I’ve never been
But I’m ill, sick for familiarity

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from Ephemera, released July 7, 2016

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