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We walked and talked about random blue things.
When I lost you I wished I were an angel in wings.
Your eye was a ray that shocked my heart
A million jolts took me apart.
I’d break like an egg
And you’d gaze with hate.
You only understood when she ran into you
But then I was new
And you were behind 
Lying sideways I felt so sad
Leaving you was worse than thinking of what we had.
So I went back to the vats
But you turned to ash
The cruel voice would sigh,
You’d die and I’d cry.

Copyright © Joanna Lo | Year Posted 2015


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