I want you to see what I always believed.

The assurance that if I left you behind, my existence would dissolve into nothing.

It’s the miracle that you became in me the moment I met you.

You’re the sugar to my sweet tooth.

A cool breeze to my summer nights.

The one whose name I’d shout my love for off the roof.

A love unphased by the world’s distracting lights.

I want you to see what I always believed.

That if you ever leave me here without your love, I’d surely dissolve into nothing.

It’s an adrenaline that you gave me the moment I met you.

You’re the self-fulfilling prophecy I can’t deny.

A cord that I don’t ever want to cut.

The one with diamond eyes that I can stare at all through my life.

A soul that uplifts mine whenever it’s in a rut.

Call me whatever you want thinking it’s breaking me inside.

Because I know that the crow chases the butterfly even in fairytales.

My shame is only in living with the thought I could without you by my side.

Thinking that my mind could devour the sound of madness when all else failed.

I’m missing those days that we smiled with one another.

The days we spent like we’d never get tired of each other.

For my sake I have to try one last time to find poetic justice in this story.

And if it ends for good, at least I’d know I tried my all to have you be with me.

About the Author Mr. Boza

The summer of 2019 was when I decided to no longer go through life holding my feelings, my thoughts, and my emotions contained within. I needed a change in life and since I made that decision, life has been so much more liberating. Nowadays my writing helps me express myself in a way that allows me to feel whatever it is that I'm thinking or feeling or even yearning for, pour out and not consume me from within. My work is simple to read, simple to understand, and hopefully is the type of writing that makes someone smile when they read it. Enjoy.

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