Killing Tinkerbell

Poem By Nellekke Tak

And her lips die quick and cold beneath my own
They tremble still,
and her eyes won't close
But you're not here,
because i was never there
She's walking next to him
That was me,
but you've gone silent
I could never make you smile that way
and I can't be him
I can't save what was and what is
I can't
Sleepless, why are you so cold?
I won't let him have you the way i did

Wake up please don't leave again
I can't stand to see you go
I'm not him and I'm not here
I was never there
You're not breathing
You're not mine

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