Kashumaru Mizume

Rookie (July 12,1989 / Sacramento, CA)

Lost From Mind, Lost From Thought - Poem by Kashumaru Mizume

I glance up, a frown upon ym face as I see into your gaze. I shudder slightly, tears streaking down, falling from my blue eyes. You have forgotten, something I thought you would never do. 'Who are you? ' Your soft but deadly voice rings in my sensitive ears. 'I am your...' I begin to say but pause and end up looking away. If I had even continued on it would not matter, for you wouldn't understand. I could feel the gaze, your eyes reflecting anger as you stare. I wipe my tears and begin to walk away only to be grasped once more by your strong hand, but not pleasant this time. As I face you I can not only feel but see the current of anger seep from you in waves. 'Who are you? ' You ask once more, this time in a demanding tone. I glance up, a straight face held tightly in it's place as I merely respond to the question. 'I am nothing I suppose, and yet I am something.' I simply say. You ask what I mean of this and I can't help but laugh slightly at such a question spoken by your lips. I wish this could last forever, but I know it cannot, it's time for my fading to begin and you life to re-anew. 'I guess you could see me as a walking memory, nothing but.' I state with the best of smiles I could muster before completely disappearing out of your gaze then out of your life.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 9, 2010



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