Codependence - Poem by Jessy Liz
I reach for you, you turn away-
So many words, but none to say.
I breathe in and taste your misery;
Take it in, into the depths of me.
I gasp for air and all at once-
I become your hurt.
I feel through my fingertips
Every affliction you let slip,
Every word you ever meant to say,
Every reason you had not to stay.
And still somehow I drink it in;
This must be codependence.
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