I didn’t know where I belonged
I felt so alone
Because we were in the same room
And yet somehow not seeing the same things.
Everything was different
The colors were spontaneous
And yet I would answer differently.
I used to think we could do this
With our different words
And our different speak
And even our different eyes.
I thought everything was spontaneous
And yet here I am in the same room as you
And we’re no longer connecting like we used to do
And I’ve never felt so alone
With you by my side
And I wish we connected
Like two pieces in a puzzle
Instead of a Tetris game that we were losing.
We were no longer together
And we no longer fit
Despite our differences
And while I used to think that was to my advantage
I was clearly proven wrong.
And I wish we fit better together than we do apart
But unfortunately that’s not the case.
Hello, my name is Sabrina Ingram. I am the author of The White Butterfly and The Girl in the Cage. You can find me on my website (www.sheswritingmore.com) where I talk about writing, books, personal things, and much more!
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