Poem: Heart Without Body.

I’ve forgotten how to live,
I can’t remember how to speak, and sleep,
how to laugh, how to cry—
I can’t remember how to be normal
I can’t recall ideals, goals or dreams,
I’m alien to myself;
can’t abide by my intellect.
Nor my charm, I don’t think they’d help.
Forgotten, I have, how to eat and sleep,
almost forgetting how to breath, how to exist:
I’ve forgotten how to forget
I’ve forgotten that my body
is made of more than just my heart.

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