Eliza’s Body


Eliza's body mixed and mingled endlessly,

As she watched the fog swallowed her helplessly,

In the empty room of a hundred guests,

Screaming for help but no one could attest,

The blurs danced and swirled without a care,

As Eliza’s body split into a pair,

She cried as she watched herself leave,

Leaving a shell of a person who no longer cared to grieve,

She danced and she smiled,

But she no longer felt and lost her inner child,

The body kept in swing as it watched herself vanish into thin air,

Just a mere double with the same hair.

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