Someday, I Will Forget You - Poem by Millie Fraser
Someday, I will forget.
And all the hurt and burnt pieces of my memory will be gone.
I will someday cut my bonds,
That bind me in this wretched fire.
I will walk free from this prison of my own making,
Brush the embers from my clothes and leave this place I once named desire.
You won't be there.
You gave me the key long ago.
I thought once I stepped outside
The world would turn to ice.
But there are no shards of frozen water,
No softly falling snow.
Someday I will have the courage to walk without looking back,
And when I do,
I will cough the ash from my lungs
And breathe in a world where I have forgotten you.
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