Once upon a time you carried a burden and I was your only embrace.
You forced yourself into my comfort and grabbed all you could.
Your gluttony spared none of me.
All you left was the shell
Where there once was heat only the cool of contempt.
But how do you heal swine?
How does it go?
Does all of me weigh you down now or do you still eat out it’s pleasures
Do you recognise me now?
I’m told I personify hate.
Will you give me back?
Or do you tremble at the mess you created?
But how do you heal now?
Did you ever need to heal
I know the parts of me that you took give you no rest
They yearn for home
Home that’s fallen to ruins
Home that may never heal
But do tell, how do you heal?