After Everything

Fire and Ice do not co-exist
Everyone knows they’re opposites
It’s common misconception
To believe that they attract
They disappear in the aftermath

In the end they fizzle out
Left with heaps of smoke and doubt

Butterflies in her stomach
But crickets in his mind

Hidden behind closed eyes
And thoughtful lies

Words left parched in her throat
He ignored the hints she wrote

She was a tool he used to get by
He’d never stay no matter how hard she’d try

She clung to him like a leech
He only wanted her between the sheets

Hungry for him like a parasite
Even if he only needed her for the night

And after all the torture she had bared
He left without her, as if he never cared.

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