By Nate Crowley
You didn’t do anything I didn’t expect
I didn’t expect anything from you
I had set the bar lower than myself
I could hear the air bubbles popping, Grasping for the surface
My lungs are giving out
Suffocation by water, drowning
The breeze smelled salty.
You could hear one last scream before you saw me go under
You wouldn’t and couldn’t do anything, how could I blame you?
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