A classic case of insomnia.
But do you even care?
And when you caught your brother's pneumonia.
Tell me, were you even there?
Oh, but you're sure here now, the fever's killing you.
I see the desperation in your breath, in every goddamn thing you do.
Your mother comes in with the medicine, you swallow it and choke.
You live in regret for every moning you were dead and yet awoke.
Now your mother leaves, closes the door.
You are nothing but a burden to her.
Not the lovely daughter you once were.
SHe hardly loves you anymore.
Now your father comes in to comfort you.
He knows that his wife doesn't care.
But he is ashamed of you too.
You can tell as he halfheartedly strokes your hair.
Your fevered mind screams, "Get away".
And you died a second time that day.
I try to tell your father that you died a long time ago.
But the pneumonia took my voice.
[And when you caught my pneumonia, you weren't even there.]

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