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Identity Lost

I’ve lost something
Something important 
Nothing like a credit card
Money or a phone 
Something more important 
Not an animal 
Nor car keys
But myself 
Exchanging bits of me to fit the shape
Slowly erased 
And unable to recover
Only left with something truly foreign 
“Myself”

Copyright © Harrison Waiters | Year Posted 2019



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I want to feel

I want to feel 
The warmth 
The joy
The love
All things I’ve been denied 
The desire to not only give affection 
But to receive it in turn
I want to have something rosey 
To change my ever stale grey world
I’m tired of looking from the outside in
But want to be the one being looked at
From grey to rose colored
I want to feel

Copyright © Harrison Waiters | Year Posted 2019