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Good Morning to Goodbye

Good morning to Goodbye

written by: John Patrick Robbins


She spoke to me of passions for everything entwined within the confines of a message.
She believed I was foolish enough to embrace dreams as my truth’s existence.

I understood the burden of knowledge and the scars of falling face forward in unending rewind.

Isolation taught me one constant.
And she severed the ties.

I will miss your narrative my dear.
It was nice basking in the delusion of what some deem as love.

Empty glasses and a slow death’s promise is the only certainty I care to embrace.

Pillow talk is empty, whisper goodbye to me instead.

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