IF I HAD NO FEAR


I reside in my daydreams
To fill a lingering void of loneliness.
It grips my soul until my insides
turn
I am left
seized
by
a
disillusioned
reality.
I was always aware of the
Crippling regret
That blackens my shadow.
A product of the reality I have spun.
Yet it reveals to me, what
I wish I could do
If I had no fear.
There are some memories that still bite – like fierce unsatisfied teeth.
Gnawing at my bones, devouring all that lies behind. A city etched through a slow fire, a morning fog and haze
that lingers above.
Moving effortlessly between
Decisions
Unfulfilled.
In many ways I am absent.
Of all that I am,
With only the dust of my bones
To confirm my very existence.
Behind the memories of an unforgotten past – I like to believe that the atmosphere still quivers at my continuous doubts.

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