breathe
a viscous acid
razing my rickety recollection
the sunsets an old-new colour
a self prescribed deception
stony pills like river rocks
that catch in the mind-esophagus
though i choke i can still
breathe
a fleeting dream
a heaven hastily halted
the fog fades from the mind to vision
my fingers cannot reach it
it is fleeting
and already gone
until i
breathe
a saccharine memory
smiling a simile to sunshine
the grass is moist and rich
life seeping through my clothing
i lay and we speak
of nothing and everything
and
breathe
a torrent of adrenaline
abandoning anxiety above
in a place you will not long be
you can almost see her glistening
in trees and rock and
water so cold
you find it hard to
breathe
an unstructured evening
contemplations coxed by chocolate
the music is unnoticeably apparent
to the nostalgic and the reflective youth
i sip and we speak
of everything and nothing
and
breathe
a fellowship of curiosities
an ephemeral eternity
of hours spent frivolously
in laughter so thick
it aches
when you breathe
but nonetheless you
breathe
in and out
and in and out
and in and out
and