Here’s my reply:
Eyes that once sought mine, now seek hers. I turn away from their intimate glances and hide the tears that burn my lower lids. I can no longer see them but my heart knows, and the knowledge is a blunt knife that strikes with slow and steady strokes. Over and over it cuts me, inflicting wounds that will never heal. With closed eyes, I cannot witness them together, yet I am consumed by visions of their entwined bodies. Razor-sharp images sear the inside of my eyelids, leaving memories which will never fade.
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