May 25, 2011

‘I thought you liked me,’ he blubbered
through tear stained lips,
but she couldn’t hear, no; not her,

floating ten feet off the ground,
as is often the case when we feel
invincible, the cries of the boy
could not meet her ears, those
tiny, god-like ears.

And she could pull an Eve
with that hair, but it floats
around, like a halo instead. No
one saw it as deliberate, but
her foot did go through his
chest,

exploding his heart, killing him
instantly. She felt nothing; a twitch
of the eye, maybe. His being was
insignificant and she was a man,
stepping on an ant he didn’t see.

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