Dissonant Distance - Poem by Anita Clark
What once linked us, Decayed and died,
When summer came, intensified.
Fell to the ground like ash, and to the heavens blue,
Our spiderweb, what linked, all but used.
And you're so distant, and I am too -
a harsh sounding chord to live listening to,
But you're so fake, makes my heart ache, why you would break,
Such a bond that linked us two,
And your so weak, let their spirits change you,
These people who're all the same,
And youre so cool, oh the shock, of what you let your thin lips talk,
It makes me sick, feel so betrayed, that you would ever act this way.
It feels so bad so unusual that I would erase,
My memories, of you I live to hate, Of how you've changed
Washed away into the tide
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