Smothered the earth in a destructive film. Impenetrable and remorseless, it poured. The ground was drowning, the water filled it's lungs. Slowly rising water, gasping for air. Choking and spluttering until the sun. Weeks of brightness undoing damage done by one torrential night. Drop by drop evaporated and once again the earth could breath. Savouring each crisp breath knowing that one day, in the not to distant future, smothered.
You can't beat me The tears you have caused, create kaleidoscopes and rainbows that, without you, wouldn't be. You can't blind me, because now I can see In colour. A brighter world thanks to you. You can't beat me because I can get up.
She differentiated herself from society, thinking that her life would never intersect with another's. Her irrational thinking was harmful, she called herself odd. "Think positively" they said, "the outcomes are countless. Life is nonlinear, it's not as simple as x=y. It may not always make sense but you will make it add up." She had no proof. She hated the sine wave of life, her countable infinity that she wanted to stop. The probability of her meeting her congruent mate was 7,000,000,000:1 Until the day her life was bisected by a girl. The girl was her complimentary angle, her stationery point, her happy infinity. She was integrated.
Your voice is so full of love, the world's strongest love. Your eyes lit up like the sun, the universe's brightest sun. Your smile like I've never seen it before, the happiest smile. They are your world, your universe, your happiest thoughts. And that crushes me. And that hurts That it's not me. Your voice is so full of love, the world's strongest and most beautiful love. Your eyes lit up like the sun, the universe's brightest and largest sun. Your smile like I've never seen it before, the happiest and truest smile. They are your world, your universe, your happiest thoughts. And that's as it should be. And that's ok. That it's not me.