Unfinished Conversations

Learning to let go of the imaginary

unfinished conversations like

the trees let go of the leaves in Autumn

has been a process of shedding skin

and extra weight that used to

cling to my bloated waist

like the fireflies thronging to light.

I realise that you did not deserve me

and I deserved so much better.

Instead I got stuck on repeat

with a clearly unnecessary cycle

that in turn necessitated

some unfinished conversations

with myself, more than anyone else.

It took me all these years to

finish those conversations

and allow my body to heal.

Thank you Universe for allowing me

time and space to hibernate and recuperate,

to create space where I can cradle the balance

of light and shade in between my palms.

About Amrita Ghosh

About Moi - I like to think I am a simple person while most people tend to disagree. I like lots of things, sometimes quite contrary ones, a
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