Thinking of You

May 7, 2012
By Cassidy Dickens BRONZE, Sutton, West Virginia
Cassidy Dickens BRONZE, Sutton, West Virginia
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I walk down the hallway and get jostled around
in the crowd. I think of you.
I look up to the sky and see baby blue
mingling with treetops, like your eyes. I think of you.
I'm surrounded in every direction;
I'm alone in my bedroom,
evading rest. I think of you.
I look at him. I touch him. I taste him..
My heart and I long for you.
In the middle of the day,
in the middle of the night.
I miss you; I think of you
constantly.. How this is all my fault.
Apologetic--
I only think of you.


The author's comments:
I lost my first love to Ewing's Sarcoma, an aggressive type of bone cancer... Our two-year relationship and the aftermath of it inspired much of my work.

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