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From her tears, she tells me she is struggling. From her eyes, she tells me that she has suffered many sleepless nights. From her frown, she tells me of her disappointment.
There are so many things I find I'm forced to remember. Sloppy drawings of sleepy Buddha in the back of a rotting notebook. Cake crossing my eager ears, as I jam my hip beneath the stair-rail,
What drugs made you think of me, My helpful little helper bee? The pollination of disease, Upon your naked worm I feed, I wish that I could free your soul, My whirly, girly, rolly-poll,
A tremble Flick of the wrist and it is hidden Deep seeded fear Cropping up as a crippled beast Broken child Shaking slightly, hurt Though it's been so long since the pain
Picture of the past, Replaced with pictures of you. The fun times that turned sour then, Is just history now. Standing on the edge of , Dark and light, We raise our hands, and
A dying night. Early morning, and dawn's speed is beat my mine. crickets chirping inconsolably, yearning not for the moon to crash begrudgingly to the line
You need to stop Stop trying to build bridges out of ashesYou spent so much time Setting things a blaze Did you ever consider the reasons You left everything back there And you rebuilt Moved forward
It smelled like old graham crackers, Soggy cinnamon bread crumbs years stale. It smelled like too hot plastic, When jungle gyms were pirate ships, Sharp teeth lurked below.
I remember Way back when You and I first became friends Life was just a play pretend For you and I, there was no end Subtle, sudden, stupid, trouble
I hear laughter. I tense up. "Nobody likes you." "You're ugly. I've heard these words before. Stupid words Shallow But they hurt. I shake my head. "No."
Caw, caw, caw! The crow goes. Boom, boom, boom! My heartbeat grows. I stare at my window Waiting, waiting. Fear enveloping my mind and soul.