Like a loose thread on your favorite sweater you unraveled me. Nonchalantly picking, pulling, and tugging at me... Until I was left nothing but a tangled mess.
Just when I thought it was over... The undertow sucked me back in. So now I'll be dragged, jerked, and drowned... As punishment for another fucking sin.
Fragments of myself have been hovering, Suspended above me in my own abyss of isolation. And all this time I've been trying so hard to grab ahold of them, Repeatedly reaching out in acts of desperation. But every time I grasped to catch them... My own touch had just pushed them farther away.
The worst thing about a code blue... Is when the doctor finally throws in the towel... And you're left there looking at an empty body... Realizing there's nothing else anyone can ever do.
All the stars we cherished togetherare now just our remnants. So when I look to the sky... Every constellation I see is still you.
We ignited each other like a pipe bomb. Our harsh words sailed into one another like shrapnel... And left nothing but ragged scars and bloodied flesh.
And here I am... Walking down this familiar cement sidewalk. Recognizing the same forbidden pathway. Following all the same cracks in the pavement. Hoping that they still somehow lead back to you...
When the storm closes in and the lightning finally strikes... Will you hold me a bit closer or reach for the knife? Just know I'll understand if you do decide to smite... Because I was the thunder that led to this night.
Sometimes I wish I could wipe away my memories of you.Like writings on a chalkboard. Leaving nothing behind but fine white dust and faded broken outlines.But I know that even if my mind could somehow be erased... I'd still remember every part of your face.
How did it feel when your mind left your body... and you were declared dead. Those stunning green eyes once filled with life... now hidden by those black, fixed pupils. Your every orifice now holds tubes... only to preserve what's left of you. But not for you. For someone deserving of life... or perhaps a … Continue reading Declared