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Our drifting is most likely natural but that doesn’t ease the pain; the knowledge that our separation is part of the natural progression of life does not alleviate this persistent ache. It complicates our life, and what is our life but a combination of our feelings, our shared memories?
Like soldiers marching
do things mindlessly, following some kind of
Like a million suburban homes on
street, we smile
all the same.
When I got home instead of going upstairs like usual I grabbed my umbrella and walked down the street to meet her. She just stood there in the pouring rain, and I felt my heart break even before I had time to reach her.
Dad drops me off in front of the school and I walk in, my head held low. I feel everyone watching me, the ugly girl. As I pass the school’s resident populars, I hear them whisper and giggle. It’s about me. It’s always about me.
I hope you lose
All your light, all your glowing
Distinction. If it can’t be