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Dear Winter

For the longest time, I have been longing,
For your return, my dear are you lodging, 
Months and days I have been standing looking from afar...
In the distance, all I see Is the mirage 
Dark skin toned is my reflection on the mirror 
My back is all scorched up
The hydrogen twins and their sister oxygen have cried out...
Just because of that cruel brother of yours,
So fierce like hell didn't, even say hello this morning 
You said he will bring ice cream, guess what, He bought lava cream! 
All the green turned brown and dragging the hands on the ground.
All we see is dust and crust, it's all red and the waves of his friend 'El Nino', Winter please come back we are perishing.
I remember those days when we were doing dress up from head to toe,
Those nights we used to cuddle in bed together having hot chocolate watching a movie, 
And that morning, we would bask in the sun and rubbing each other's hands Winter, swidy please come back...
I'm drying up...
Melted down...
And just about to evaporate my breath out, just show me your face!
I miss you, 
I need you,
Please come and rescue me 
Dear winter, I just pray Summer won't burn this letter into ashes before you see it.


Copyright © | Year Posted 2018

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