The room was dark as the skies in some rainstorm dream
A light bulb in my head that had burnt out on a whim
Inside myself I looked for a clue to who you were, back then
Your eyes were shining bright and clear like a magic trick of illusion
In the arms of the ghost that was I held you dear once upon a Time
Saw the night enfold us both in sad good-byes we turned and left
Ourselves to grieve what never was or only may have been,
Now I hear no one knows your whereabouts now it seems
You learned to disappear between what Is and is not seen
Backstage passes to the silver screen.

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Written on 2019-02-21 at 20:45

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Sleeping Arrangements
by Chaucer Whethers