Lost inside a fever dream
I forgot your name, I had nothing left to scream
As I sat up and shook myself awake
I started to ponder the meaning to your namesake
A single word couldn't dare compare
To the beauty of your lovely locks of thick black hair
But beyond beauty, what impact did you have, docking on my shore?
Beside the obvious fact you'd left me begging for more
As the wake of your influence crashed down on top of me,
Blurring this hazy mess we call a reality
You implanted the feeling deep in my brain
That failure is an outcome that's my responsibility to contain
So a poor sport is something I've trained myself not to be
Just as I've decided to bring my standards up a degree
So I guess the biggest lesson you've ever taught to me
Is that I alone am a skeleton key.