You slipped in unnoticed,
Through a tiny crack –
in the walls I’d so carefully kept.
Took up your space,
In a heart unbroken –
Unphased by its limitations.
Then left chaos in your wake,
as you tore down those walls,
and left behind a gaping void –
in a heart now framed in jagged edges.
But I can’t rebuild walls no longer there,
Because you took the pieces with you.
Dissappeared into the darkest of nights
and left me alone in my shattered castle.