Simplicity - Poem by celine charcoal
i see things different today
things as simple.
like it rained
to subdue the light
so that i can take the sharpness
that once was pain
so that I see the difference
that a rainbow can make,
not only me
fracturing you alone.
As if I have this peace inside that will last,
and the horror caused by the spooky dark clouds
as if It will only last a while, this sick love of the rain.
I will flood away then.
Rush my way
out the theather
There things don't look much different.
So I comprehend.
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