What you don’t say becomes you.
It feels like it’s vocalized in the thickness of your silence.
The universe is working overtime to correct and rectify the death of your decisions.
The less you say, the more you become a permanent fixture of your anti-self.
The baritone of your regrets are bellowing out like a speakerphone,
Drowning out what could have been great.
Change washing over us like a riptide of you and I.
You, walking miles on end unnecessarily does not become you.
It’s ironic how the more you tug on threads of cemented routines,
The more it unravels, revealing the mess you left, permeating beneath us like hot lava.
We’re slipping and sliding incessantly, wondering when the next shoe will drop.
All due to the built up tension of our kettles steam.
You used to dream about how the universe pulled your dreams together,
weaving in moments that we shared and memories that were blissful blips in your life before
Is that still true?