I did not leave you — Iron & Sulfur

Katrina Kaye due to the dirty dishesor unrepaired holes inthe plaster. It was thesilence of your eyes.Their passion drainedof all its red, the redI once watched crawlacross your bed, beforeit was our bed when Iwas still chasingdreams of migration.It was the daily dregswhich cut the ropes ofour first love. Theterrible expression ofyour day sipping cheapbeer […]

I did not leave you — Iron & Sulfur

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