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A drop in the ocean,
It was never mine
I cried for the tears
it was never mine
I ran away with no regrets
I don’t have the time
Life in all its form
Or its all in the mind
A leaf in a forest,
Withers and falls
An atom in the universe, ceases to collide
An existence disappears,
Was it even desired?
Particles gravitate, spin and align
The pull of a source, comes to life
A cell be it, A cell from within
The breath I hear, cold and frigid
The pulse I feel, so alive
The touch jolts my maternal side
So worried I was to let it slide
The world revolves so fast and unruly
Didn’t need another being to track me down
And now when its over 
Vanishes in front of my eyes
How do I hide the emptiness inside?
A missing organ, I can’t breathe
Am I  really the one who is so fragile?
I wish for nothing more
No rebirth is required
why write poetry
It was never mine

Copyright © mary abdali | Year Posted 2017


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