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Saim Khan

Tragedy Abstract


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Saim Khan

Tragedy Abstract


I Don't Miss You Anymore

I Don't Miss You Anymore

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Yes, I don't miss you anymore,

Till I'm in a flock

Of lie smiles and hordes of

Two legged beasts with beating stones,

Cocked inside their chests

Pumping venom into their flesh and bones.


And I start walking down the same road,

Pretending and lying that it's nothing to show 

So I take them, forefingers,

Stick them in my mouth 

And rip it apart, to resemble a smile stout.


Sleeping, sleepless, sleepy eyes,

Shoulders lose, void of pride,

Thousand regrets inside that mind,

Below the shiny hair, so grey inside,

Those tears, those eyes held ahead of their time,

That I tasted, through my fingernails, still inside

So broke without you when I walk,

I twist around my tongue,

To swallow them whole,

But I taste you, every drop,

But the fingers don't loosen up,

Till my feet bleed, and my skin cracks,

My soul screams, and my throat shivers,

To scream for you,

But I can't lose the fingers loose,

Can't be called a wimp or a moose,

I know you'd hate me, for walking home alone 

Killing myself, as the mirrors I abhor,

Yes, I don't miss you anymore

Yes, I don't need you anymore 

I don't feel you anymore,


Not until I'm home alone,

And all by me,

My cheeks are "not" ripped apart. 


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