I Love You But You Make Me Empty II

If I can never be whole again

Then, my old love, neither can you

As long as it comforts me

I don’t need it to be true

If my tears drying kills off part of me

Than the smoke clearing will end part of you

As long as if makes me whole again

I don’t really need it to be true

If it’s over for you,

Then it’s over for me

So it’s only fair

That I’m not whole anymore

So you’re not whole anymore.

A huge thanks to all those of you reading, especially if you also read (or will read, I have faith in you) the first part of this poem, published separately earlier today.

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