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I am looking for someone to love, not need;
I can’t say a word you’d receive;
In another life she still would leave. 

I’m surrounded by the face from a dream,
The emptiness draws out the scream;
The loneliness watches her beam.
Angry hands against the screen.
My love, pathological and unforeseen.

Last summer she was with me;
Last summer, caught in between.
Last summer, the mania I grieved.
Last summer, the lie I believed;

Humiliate the one you need.
I am looking for someone to love, not thieve;
I am looking for someone to love, not bleed.

Copyright © Jessica VH | Year Posted 2017


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