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  • These memories sometimes appear out of no where.
    I remember your icy sea foam eyes and and that toothy smile.
    The warmth but the distance.
    I remember your laugh and the way your silver tongue worked over me.
    The deceit.
    I remember the tears and the blood.
    The pain.

    But somehow there is still pieces of me that miss you.
    Just for a moment.

    Why?

    Just for a moment I miss your hugs and the scent of cologne and cigarettes.
    Just for a moment I miss running my fingers through your hair.
    Just for a moment I miss thinking you loved me.

    And then I remember you never loved me and how I hate cigarettes.
    How I hate liars.
    How I was your second girlfriend, and didn't know it.

    I remember the betrayal.

    But somehow, just for a moment,


    I still miss you.
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