Goodbye Baby - Poem by Luciel Dawning
The words feel sour.
I’m going, really.
I’m never coming back.
You’re the aftertaste.
And to think that I’ve tasted you all these years
Without ever touching you
Waiting for you forever was the worst
For once, believe me
You were a ghost in the sky.
The truth is, you were gone long before you became a ghost
And I was a ghost before that
And I was ready to do anything
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