Frozen - Poem by Samantha Morgan
Lost in an imaginary, beautiful fantasy.
Unsure of direction, and doubting feelings.
But knowing I can't leave thee, or at least not due to an uncertainty.
But I'm drowning.
Treating great friends as bandages, trying to cover the scars,
That paint my wrist. Slowly realizing that my life isn't mine, it's ours.
Alone I am broken,
Numb, submerged in the piercing cold, completely frozen.
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