Your pale blue hands grip the steering wheel.

You lace your fingers around the cigarette hanging from your lipsand tap the ashes out the window. These hands bring destruction to your body. These hands tore apart our family. Why won't you fix yourself? Your silence is the loudest answer, because you don't want to be fixed.

This poem is about: 
My family


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