Arrival

we have no longer proven ourselves unalike, in anatomy or vice;

awakening feels so wrong, yet so right,

Just another day of you looking different, I scarcely remembered it; 

Abnormal, like through warped or new lens (no longer rose-tinted)

Attraction’s antonym; we act like like poles ()

Atmosphere, breathless; satellites

on opposite ends of the Earth don’t need to gasp

don’t come close to me, I can’t stand it-

(you move closer, I back off; but when you’re

absent, my heart tugged

like a string 5000 kilometres)

Sayonara, moon child,

Waiting for the cold snap, like the many rules, then promises,

we’ve already broken-

at the departure gate, I have arrived.

in response to Day 1 of

Blogging A to Z Challenge

(I’m not very happy with this, as I rarely am with my writing recently, but nevermind.)

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Author: naomi

Student, likes learning about foreign cultures, shall not divulge anymore so my identity is not exposed!

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