Call me and old acquaintance
Friend or enemy,
But I'll always be an ally
'Cause I stick around to see. . .

On autmn nights when air has depth
And lungs feel satisfied,
I'm lighting one behind your home
with an eager sigh. . .

Too breathe back the month that brings you outdoors
And to your driveway
If only for a quick hello
And shorter goodbye.
Quote by ottoavist

i suppose there's a chance
i'm just a litte too shallow to consider
that maybe i've been a little more eager
each day to wake up and take a shower
brush my teeth and smile for the mirror
I liked this, don't have much else to say really. It was a decent piece of writing. The ". . ." are really unnecessary, though. And you might want to fix the grammatical error in "Too breathe back.."

Didn't care for the first stanza but the second two were good stuff.
The only stanza I really like here is the second one; the way you describe air as having depth is great. The other two stanzas are pretty shallow and dull, and neither offers much substance.

Again, that second stanza is beautiful. I suggest either rewriting or scrapping the other two stanzas, as they're really holding that second one back.