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Name Will Remain The Same

As I awake with my retina 
adjust to the first day of light. 
A figure big amongst most 
appears in my site. A 
connection being made is a 
understatement. More like the 
beginning of roots implated in 
the pavement. For the 
chemistry on that day can not 
be duplicated or reenacted. But 
in a moments notice the 
chemistry was distracted. As 
the name remained but the 
visions, the visions where never 
the same. Never the same, but 
the name still remained. And as 
we let the clock skip for a bit. 
And find moments in time 
polluted by your shit. Then 
came your attitude which 
adjusted our latitude. And I still 
remained, so where is the 
gratitude. Disappointments 
even some regrets. Had my 
past, preset and future feel the 
effect. I still every 
breath utter word. But what 
occurred was the exact 
opposites demonstrated by 
verbs. And yet I still remain but 
that's when your name began 
to change. That's when our 
existence withered away. 
Heartbreaks and drama always 
was attained in our every day 
saga. Which even makes me 
believe our bonds not thicker 
than water. Yet I fictionalized 
your story. So in history you 
can be made into some glory. 
But I can't anymore. For my 
hopes have sunk to the ocean 
floor. Now remains are 
heartaches and pains. 
Dreaming about another life 
where that one moment 
remained. Fictionalized hero 
truly only a equal. Left 
abandoned making my 
existence to a mere zero. And 
as foolish as it seems even if I 
remove my self out of your 
visual frame. Your name will 
still and always will remain the 

Copyright © Robert Hanna

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