I never resisted

by Christos Polydorou

16650184_10154559799069563_1657588759_nI loved you,
and you pushed me through the door,
in the summer fucking rain.

My love of the sea,
you left me in a world,
full of broken homes.

You left me,
but you left the light on,
so I picked myself

up off the floor,
faced the light,
and danced with it.

I put daffodils
between myself
and the light source

and the flowers
cast upon me, blackly,
shadows,

against a living
and breathing
shadow.

As I
live
and read.

I worry,
but I dance.
And I hope.

You are gone,
but I can sometimes still feel you,
like you are tugging on a rope.

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