We could have drowned in this together,
If that was our destiny,
We could have shared the sorrows and told each other,
The water wouldn’t fill our lungs forever,
We could have held hands as we fell,
Winced together to soften the blows,
We could have been so good.
My twisted sisters.
It was when we tried to stop each other dying,
And forgot our own mortality,
It was when we tried to stop each other lying,
And forgot the masks we hid behind,
It was when we tried to cure each other of the plague,
And forgot that we were all victims,
It was when we swore to hold each other upright,
And forgot that we ourselves were slowly falling down,
It was when we offered a hand to grip onto,
And forgot that we were stood in the same quicksand,
That the cracks appeared,
And this began,
To fall apart.

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