To Breathe Again

Mortal heartbreak is unbearable,

yet the era does fade, 

though scars remain as a bias reminder of the cruelest fate

Letting go,

moving on,

isn’t forgeting,

though at times a blank slate would be preferable

The loss of memory is most welcomed during the darkest of times

And yet,

forgiveness of those trustpassess eventually overshadows the grief that once suffocated

Light is brighter, sounds somehow cleaner, and the pins and needles eventually turn into feeling normal,

and breathing is no longer a chore


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