Since the day I met you,

My heartbeats meaning grew-
to be more than just fright,
that would haunt me day and night.

the walls blocked out the sound,
but they too were screaming around.
I held my breath since then,
and couldn‘t breath, till you, my friend

I tried to open dry, glued lips
but never once they did.
suddenly my voice, honey like drips!
everything I said, all off script.

For the first time, I knew,
I’ll die with regret and blue.
Poor me to never will see, your eyes,
your soul, you who keeps me whole.

  • Author: grey (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: May 18th, 2023 05:31
  • Category: Friendship
  • Views: 2
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