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  • And this isn't an ordinary way to fall asleep,

    But a calm and deaf fainting;

    I open my eyes in the haze of a humid bathroom,

    Staring at her, trying to focus on her thoughts.

    Her smile defies elusive madness,

    Her eyes stare directly into my fear,

    I feel a rope around my neck,

    A weight upon my chest.

    Her yellow coat catches my confusion.

    I hold her freezing hands to discover,

    Weak arms and broken wrists,

    All covered in blood and unease.

    I scream inaudible questions,

    And suddenly wake up from my awakening.

    Did I kill her in my sleep?

    Did I kill her in my sleep?

    Or am I terrified of becoming who she was,

    What she defined.

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