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Nov 2019
There will come a time when the night air
won’t send chills down my spine
for it will no longer whisper your name.

I will stop telling stories about you,
for the moon has grown tired of hearing them
and weariness is an awful thing to feel.

The stars would appear
brighter than your eyes,
and I would hear lullabies again.

The winds would be warm,
the seas won’t crash waves,
and I will no longer drown.
Haylin
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Haylin  17/Gender Fluid/Lost in this cruel world
(17/Gender Fluid/Lost in this cruel world)   
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