nadia louise Poems

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Maybe You Weren't A Hero
you're walking home past city lights
rain-spilled windows, sky-blue kites
you are no hero, drenched in cloud
it hurts to speak, the pain's too loud

hands in pockets, tearstained lips
the sky soon darkens; moon's eclipse
sunflowers lie wilted in your hand
ribcage trembling; you can barely stand
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You Were Always Beautiful Enough
bare feet moving across the stone cold floor
your hands are shaking, but you can't figure out why
take a breath, and another, until you suffocate in air
you don't know who you are.
the mirror hangs in the hallway, you take a glance
but you wish you didn't. you wish you never had.
eyelashes aren't long enough . . .
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