Once upon a Sunday:
When I met you I was life and you were fire.
You were the warmth of the sun and I was the atmosphere.
And I’ll continue to expand and pull apart and come back together and you’ll be pushed further away.
You texted me paragraphs and I wrote you back novels.
I wanted to tell you that when I’m outside really late at night in the summer and the air is cool and tastes a little sweet it always makes me feel like I’m on the precipice of forever. That’s how you made me feel.
I can’t explain how a heartbreak feels but I can scream it from the pit of my stomach.
It felt like I was shattered twice because I lost you and then myself too.
I had become a collective “we” by that point.
How will I carry pain if he doesn’t carry it for me?
How will I touch myself if I don’t use his hands to do it?
I sat in the same clothes for days.
I didn’t shower because I didn’t want the way you smelled to be washed or how it felt when you held me for a long time after you’d already ended us.
You always felt to me like a home away from home but I don’t want the pieces if I can’t have it all.
You changed me when I met you.
playground for grownups. i climbed 85 meters high up the blast furnace to get this picture. you can check out the furnace in my previous posted picture.
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