A Particular Pain

It's particular pain
To give you up on such a forgetable day as today,
Where the winds crossed our threshold
And the Sun,
Him I don't remember.
You I recall hunched over
A cigarette, blazed
Through winter morning
Blazed through all evenings
By and by
As the past held itself
Over everything I watched you do
It's a particular pain
To forget a name whom once struck so close to home
Yet how all remains
When so long we've been in Rome
Into June and Jupiter leaves
Sharing the last sip,
I watch us nap under a
Willow's crest
Breathing in sun to release hapiness
A particular pain never really killed anybody

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