It’s Not December Anymore


I'll always hope for the same memories
That have happened the year before.
I wish to live in the uncertainty
and the ripped papers that depict
a year ago.

But one thing that I miss the most is
the cold and deflective air that
immediately brings me back to you.
I miss rubbing my hands together,
wishing that I had yours instead.

And maybe I'm just packing
up all of the things that I have
ever known -
hoping to recreate them today,

when it's already tomorrow
and the suitcase is
empty.

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