For All You've Done-Nothing

For All You've Done-Nothing

A Poem by Alexandra

Withering bones
I spend my time doing finances
While figuring out all the pieces
To this timed puzzles

I remember only the good
But, for the first time:
I reminisced on an awful time
Throwing my glasses on the floor
Cut to-
The sidewalk
Cut to-
Your yelling on a side street
Cut to-
Blood running down my face
Cut to-
Your face of disparity

"It was a moment of nostalgia"
And it was for me too
But, I just didn't want to admit:
That I don't love you

© 2019 Alexandra


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Added on August 19, 2019
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Alexandra
Alexandra

Roselle , NJ



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A Poem by Alexandra