By Harven   

Ok, I will change, as you demand,
What if I become energy?
From the mere matter that I am, now,
A matter of fact, a banal truth.
Would that change suffice?
What if I diffuse, into those spaces,
Where my atoms do not exist?
Where I might have been before,
And then ceased to be, went extinct.
I can fill those crevises, those black holes,
Where I hoped my shames would vanish into,
Where my past could have remained hidden,
But failed to keep its promise.
What if, for a change, I disappear?
One molecule, one dream a time,
One word, one song a time,
Making sure that no one notices,
The order of the room undisturbed,
No laws broken, no smiles erased,
What if, I change?

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Just an afterthought, something I should have said, to a friend