“Why do you breathe raggedly?”
White puffs of winter smokes out from my cold lips; the searing pain of your heat trespassed the privacy of my chained lungs. Were we ever defined to own it?
“I’m in fear; it’s consuming.”
“Don’t let go my hand.”
Sunrises of battles – nobody won, like usual. Crowns stuck over the head – soaring and forgetting the land where it began. Due to its height that we failed to remember connection.
“Is success a problem?”
“To us, yes.”
I never knew work competition would bring us to a drop.
God, how high were we?
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