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Disjointed Peace, by Charli Whatley
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Disjointed Peace, by Charli Whatley.

The water was precious
Still as it sparkled
My mind was a slight reflection
Of its previous self
Fuzzy
You're hair was golden
As the last ray of sun reached us
But faded and dark
You're red lips touched my skin
Sharp scratches as my body struggled
Pitter patter of my heart
Like raindrops and kittens
Breathless and sunken in deep waters
Crimson it turned as my body did float
Limp like a lily pad
As you wiped you're blade clean
No more sorrow for my lost soul
I wished I could have said goodbye
Last ripple

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