Childhood Scar - Poem by Uriah Hamilton
She looks out
The wintry window
With a heart full of screams
That no one can hear.
And departing words to memorize
Fall from the eyes of her mind
Like summer tears
On a lonely beach.
And ex-lovers to resent
Pile up like autumn leaves
From vanquished and barren trees
In the grey desert of the city.
What have I done to myself
To drown in such a girl
Until nothing is left to notice
Of who I was but a childhood scar
That never disappears?
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