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Mirrors to a Heart

by Sierra Katherina 12 months ago in sad poetry
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End to end

Mirrors to a Heart
Photo by Ihor Malytskyi on Unsplash

“I opened my eyes for the first time

You closed yours

The world wasn’t clear yet

It was clear to you

On my own

Free to roam

I sustained these boundaries

Didn’t you question

Red is my favorite color

Self-producing

Sweating, tears, crying, blood

Bleeding, supplying the flood

Eyes yearning, burning,

Stained

You looked in them I saw

You torn apart

Mirrors to a heart

End to end

Leaps and bounds away from him

Your favorite is green

I think

Strings hung you up before

Petals in the garden

I would die for you, she said

Unloaded gun”

sad poetry

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Sierra Katherina

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