Disconnecting

You don’t read me anymore
The final step in the fade
The last ruthless move
In the game that you played
You don’t know me anymore
Attempts met your apathy
Burying me in self-doubt
As you continue happily

Would have been different
If I had a chance
Or fell victim
To circumstance
Would have been better
If I was respected
And given a reason
Why you disconnected

We don’t speak anymore
The silence is deafening
The thoughts you created
Are getting unsettling
You don’t breathe anymore
You were unsuspecting
As I sever your spine
Your nerves disconnecting

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Author: Josh Wrenn

Cancer survivor, wanna-be artist, musician, author, and all around good guy.

17 thoughts on “Disconnecting”

    1. It is a Halloween post. The idea was to bring people in that it was just a sad unrequited love poem and then hit them with the fact that it wasn’t. Did the graphic really not give it away? Because I was thinking of going with something more like a flower or something to really fool people.

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