Simply 6 Minutes — The Haunting

Why do you haunt me?
I see your face everywhere I go
In the clouds above
In puddles on the ground
In the branches of leafless trees
Reflected in the windows of homes I pass

I see your face in the sunrise
I see it in the sunset
At night when I close my eyes
And in the morning when I first wake up
I can’t undo what I’ve done to you
I can’t bring you back to life

But I can’t live with you haunting me
Seeing your face everywhere I go
The only way to escape the agony
Of these unbearable feelings of guilt
And to stop these visions of your face
Before me from every place I go

Is to join you, wherever you are
Because you are everywhere I am

(134 words)

Written for Christine Bialczak’s Simply 6 Minutes prompt

15 thoughts on “Simply 6 Minutes — The Haunting

  1. Stine Writing January 12, 2022 / 1:29 pm

    Wow, sort of a mix between sorrow and schizophrenia! Nice one! Thanks for participating!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. SidneyAspennWrites January 13, 2022 / 7:40 am

    Had to re-read the last two lines…so profound!

    Liked by 1 person

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