Kill-streak

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

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I come closer to the curb as I walk; thinking how bad it felt, thinking about the impact my skeleton would make against this SUV that's going over the speed limit and swerving. I saw myself when I looked at the man in the driver seat;is this where I take my last breath? Staring at the bright head lights, I start to feel relaxed. Knowing nothing can hurt me as bad as you did; I went numb.. Falling in love with the SUV.. I fell in love with the idea of me, dying, but, you've made me immortal.

This is not my time.

I start to fear death again. Slowly fading away from my shadows, the last few memories of you finally escape the darkness of my mind that was polluted with happiness and joy, which you've taken with you. Your scent stays, lingering, like a hooded man holding a scythe. You reminded me of him. Following me everywhere I go, just waiting, lurking. Why do you stay?

I don't want you in my life anymore.

I don't need you, I don't need you.

I don't want you to come any closer, but kiss me again.. Just once more before you decide to leave..

It felt like I was kissing an angel, she tasted like heaven. This woman was forged by the hands of God himself. Her skin glows as my fingers silhouette over her body; I looked at her like she was the sun. She became the center of my solar system. This is a moment I wish would never end. You're here with me once again. My sun, my black hole; you are my angel, my death.

I feel immortal once again.

-s.s


Submitted: September 29, 2015

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