Just like that, you’ll start to forget too
You’ll forget the color of his eyes, then the exact shade of his hair, they way it framed his face
The shape of his lips, the way they pressed against you own, a silent promise beneath the admiration of an evening sunset
The ghost of your name under his breath, as you took his breath away yet again, as if your entire existence was a miracle
His snarl, the way you heard him yell for the first time, the despair inducing words that poured out from behind his lips,
The despair you felt in your soul when he picked someone else over you, when he broke that promise, broke the trust, broke the image of the person you thought you knew.
You’ll forget it all, the same way he forgot you