I Remember
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It's been three months, maybe more, maybe less,

I Remember

It's been three months,

maybe more, maybe less,

who cares?

I remember the first two weeks,

lying in bed, wondering why,

letting the river of pain flow from my eyes.

I remember rotting like a corpse,

laying like a corpse,

laying still, waiting for death to embrace me.

I remember remembering,

living good and bad times in my mind,

times which made me break in a million fragments.

I remember those first two weeks

as if I suffered two centuries,

suffering pain as if in my deathbed.

I felt like in a chamber of time,

day was night, night was day,

afternoon was a new undiscovered concept.

I remember faceless angels,

cleaning me up, feeding me,

and my body refusing to move.

I remember well known angels,

giving me fragments of joy,

which would take me deep into hell.

I remember random demons,

who'd take me to the dungeons of evil,

and forgetting everything for a second.

I remember those first two weeks

as if I suffered two hours,

suffering pain as if in a fatal accident.

Then, katharsis came and engulfed me,

I saw trumpets and cherubs and Heaven,

I was finally free.

I no longer remembered,

I resurrected like the strongest god,

lighting every path my being touched.

I no longer remembered,

I now am the Sun,

and everything else my Solar System.

I no longer remember,

infinite stars gravitate around me,

and the dance and happiness are sublime.

I no longer remember,

but my battle is long,

and my foundations are weak.

Today, I remember.

I am broken again.

My old familiar friend embraced me.

Today, I remember.

I remember the battle is infinite,

and the need to reinforce my foundations imperative.

Today, I remember.

I remember who I am and what I can do.

I promise myself this is the last time I break.

It's been three months,

maybe more, maybe less,

and it's very important, I care.

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