Puzzle Pieces

We are puzzle pieces, walking around everyday of life,
Walking puzzle pieces fighting the battle everyday releases,
Until our living ceases to exist.
You’re a walking puzzle piece – where do you fit?
To whom to you belong?

Your match – your perfect fit – could be anywhere.
Go have a look-see.
Search for him if you can – that perfect fit, that perfect man,
Someone out there who will hold your hand – go search for him.
You’re a walking puzzle piece searching for your match – where do you fit?
To whom do you belong?

At night you sleep alone, but you dream of him.
In the morning, you can’t remember.
Off you are again to find him – your new best friend.
Cursing every man – all the men, trying to find him.
You’re a walking puzzle piece without a match – where do you fit?
To whom do you belong?

You’re one in a million-piece set – free from the box.
You’ve tried to fit with those who obviously don’t match.
You’re done trying to find someone who will only free your mind,
You feel you’re running out of time – he has to be out there somewhere.
You’re a walking puzzle piece unable to find your match.
Where do you fit?

And so, the piece missing its match wanders along.
Street after street singing song after song.
You hear the one you’re missing singing the same tune.
It stops, and you find him kissing a girl who doesn’t belong.
A girl who is not his match.

Run away with tears welling up that you’re trying to hide,
You make it home safely.
Wiping your eyes, you close the door, slump down, and cry.
You can’t fathom all the lies.
You are a puzzle piece who is missing a match. Where do you fit?
To whom to you belong?
Only to he who sang the same song.

~EMS
11:39 PM
1/19/09

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