Reason why

“He spotted the coffee stain
In the seam of her white shirt,
She was oblivious to it,
She was in a hurry that day.

One Spring, their paths collided
In a beautiful colourful garden,
Later on, they departed
When she found herself empty hearted.

For reasons unknown to the own reason,
Her broken heart could still miss him –
No matter how hollow it felt, she was still healing,
Learning the waves of emptiness and longing.

Her eyes are a deep, large ocean
Crying salty drops of emotion,
And every night the ceiling is her starless sky
Whilst she tries to find the reason why…”



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