Their attack shattered and landed.
Gloom recognizes twilight.
In the blinding blackness my home was robbed from me,
Inch by inch they laid ownership over my body, flag firmly stabbed in my
Electrifying zing jarred with the grit of their fingernails between my toes.
Merely paying rent in this home,
My body was no longer mine.
Homeless in this figure,
Existence painstakingly evaporated
Through me again.
Peered at the almond eyes, their sadness held my gaze.
Smiled back, enveloped the lost and we snuggled.
Hours spent in my bathroom mirror,
Educating myself on the joys of my body.
Inch by inch.
We are transformed.