Mutual Death

Mutual Death


are the savior
to my thoughts.
Yet you
–like a dying butterfly–
Lie down on the floor,
Unable to save yourself.

You reproach me
For not holding on,
To a life worth fading,
Whilst you perish on.

We are two different reasons:
You die because you have never been
I die because I
Never could;
Yet we have the
same ending…

One shot for two.

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