I shivered but I was not cold.
I was out of breath but I was in bed.
The air was as vile as newly grown mold.
I tried to hear the words that were said.
I saw nothing but one candle lit.
I didn't see anything, but yet I saw everything.
I needed a first aid kit.
I saw him take off his ring.
I knew that there was no recovery in this path.
We were sinking and the life boats were gone.
This problem could not be solved with ordinary math.
To see the damage, I would have to wait till dawn.
Everything is okay just go to school.
Three months later I was moving my mom out.
I should've known but instead was a fool.
I just put on a smile because no one could hear me shout.

In the divorce I could never be alone,
because then my pain and fear would have shown.

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