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That heavy water colored our eyes

it's been a while since your spine broke in half and pieces of your repsol spread all over the concrete then heavy water camouflaged someone's irises and blinded ours but I saw you mended and reposed on that metal sheet didn't have the strength to kiss you wouldn't wake you anyways couldn't even touch you I just stared in silence while the storm was howling in my soul they've lowered your eyelids like a flag on a spear (your flag will never fly again) and that spear tore our roots apart by order the wall was built around the truth and over painted by screenplay story even though it started to peel instantly couldn't unveil it alone not for a moment I believed in that planted scenario but it sow a seed so our roots tore apart my ribs went shrunken but I preserved you in the lungs I'll breathe for you

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