Brittany Alexis Murphy
And So Now - Poem by Brittany Alexis Murphy
Similar to something that fades..
Seeing it as alright though, my heart squeezed dangerously as I caught sight of thy name.
The use of memory pushes against what is now present,
I can see, though I prefer to feel, the words upon the grass, in the form of braile.
Saying what will come to mind, as it all pieces together.
This, is beautiful, I decide.
I see you, like the metal riddle in between my fingertips.
I know, without looking;
I can solve you.
I know, though this seems to be so decent, its unappopriately said..
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