A Change in the Habit

I lost my voice when you stand there.
It was easy to lose rationality with you facing the curtain,
Cleaving the dust and the light,
Sending the moon into silence,
All the anthem of the table, chair and world
became the most calming,
And I fell asleep like that.

I lost my heart as I left,
As you left,

It was easily shattered and the pieces stopped in momentum,
Shamelessly freeze altough it was still up in the air.

All the pieces,

All the crowds and all the eyes that were not yours,

And I fell like that.

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