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I want to know you
I want to know what goes through your mind at 5 am when you cannot sleep
I want to digest every thought that consumes you
That makes you twist and turn in your concrete feel bed
That makes you want to scratch off your skin's top layer
In order to see if who you truly are is still in there.
Let me sit in your mind for hours
To get a glimpse of the battles you go through everyday
Let me provide you with armor to protect yourself from any harm
I want to go through the files you hide deep into your drawers.
The files that you do not read
In shame of crimes you have committed
But still have not been charged for.
The files that hide your past that you try so hard to erase.
But still haunt you.
And anything you seem to do will not make them go away.
I want to know every single part of you
From the moments you cherish
Down to the memories you force yourself to forget
I want to connect with you
Let our thoughts intertwine with each other
Let your ideas and dreams
Intersect with my goals and theories
Let our minds have the best orgasm of our lives
You look yourself in the mirror,
And you barely recognize who you are.
With many blemishes from your past
With many wrinkles that you have recently accumulated
But with a smile still intact
and eyes still shining bright.
You are still you.