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Didn’t I tell you to leave me alone?
To go far away and never come back?
Yet here I find you nestled comfortably
Deep in my thoughts
Slipping through each and every crack
Just finding your way back in
No matter how I try
To shut you out
Embedded in my skin
There you stay
Azalia Zaharuddin is a part time writer and full time dreaming linguist who enjoys singing broken tunes to the moon while pursuing her Masters in Translation at University Sains Malaysia. You can find more of her work here. She was also recently published in Matahari Book’s anthology, Letters To Home.
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