#1
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
#2
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.
#3
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.