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Jun 2014
A slammed door
cuts the world between us.
A shout, a moan of useless
frustration
barreling into the darkness.
The universe is calling
our souls apart.
But we are not ready,
and cannot hear it's cries.
A long silence,
a haze grows around me,
and I wonder if my voice is gone
or waiting for a question to answer.
The air is thick in here,
and hot.
Suddenly, I am filled with fear
and feel as if i'm falling.
The door slides open,
and you leak out into the stale air.
The cold floor under my back
warms under your hands.
Face to face,
you say my name
and we use our lips
to mend the world
again.
Constance Alexandra
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Constance Alexandra  26/F/Halifax
(26/F/Halifax)   
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