We ran at a neck-break speed, pretending we don’t see our half-buried secrets.
To the wind, whispers of urgency pleaded to blow the evidences into the Atlantic.
The begging persisted till the moon blindfolded us. All because we didn’t dare seeing ourselves when we aren’t adorned with the stars.
And we weep, self pitying but never reflecting.
It’s just for the night, it’s just for the night. we kept repeating, staying in the dark for all of our eternity. It didn’t take long before someone walked in and let the lights slice right through us.