i decide to forget so i go into
a train of strangers

you said i have husky eyes
and maybe almost i married you

shadows only show when light
hits a certain angle
and in my own body i’ve become strangers
i ask my parts – who are you?

a train runs on steel blue
eyes mirror my past life and maybe i use this
to harness myself through the late nights

don’t be afraid.
the end was so far ahead it is already behind us
just call it horizon, it’s narrowing dark times
this beckoning me towards itself like a person
a mystic letter lays in the centre of my palm
and when we look at the unfamiliar too long
it becomes familiar

it’s steel blue cool with grey wolf skies
tempted kneeling to witness
two tiny native
snowdrops grow in shade

and i decide to forget me not
remembering how it feels to be me because
this is the point of everything