the true sense of emptiness

you’re looking in the mirror
another minute spent
in front of its insensate truth

your reflection
won’t fill the void
surrounding you
it won’t make you a good company

the mirror won’t hide the wrinkles
in the corners
of your eyes
mouth
forehead
they will be swirling
like a weals
left by the lashes of the tribulations

early morning
you went to sleep full
full like a balloon filled with
air

sleep
(nothing)

you woke up like an empty balloon
the air is left

(that was the real emptiness)

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