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it's not OC but I believe it was written for me.
I would like to thank whomever wrote it. It saved my life.
An Elegant Asphyxiation on the Face of Mars
You left for space ten years ago today
I will count the days till I see your face again, is all I can hear you say
I could not go another second without, and I finally found a way.
The depths of Argentina found me a Nazi for hire
Slipped doses of speed made sure he would never tire
Blood stains my space suit quickly after I hear the words, It is ready sire.
The cockpit rumbles with force, without hesitation do I leave our beautiful, blue rock
A thunderous laugh erupts, similar to those of my colleagues, my plans did they mock
How could they understand, they did not feel, what it feels, to have a heart unlock.
Within moments, Our Final Frontier
I close my eyes, and my ship I steer
It is you that guides me, and you I hear.
For it is your voice that transcends the silence of space
Like your space corset, my boots do I begin to lace
Long have I prepared to be right here and now, this time, and place.
It is towards the red face of Ares that I fly
A helmet placed, and silently does one cry
For here on out, never will I let you say good bye.
The surface I begin to clearly see
And on this dry land do I land, ever so carefully
Euphoria is all I can be.
The doors open and towards you I would run
But gravity is different my dear, on this, fourth rock from the Sun
I can wait, for truly, have we just begun.
You are close, I can feel that you are not far
Can you feel my warmth, from me, from our star
Can you hear it yet, our music, swaying in the car
I can, and god, how I’m ready
Quickly as I can, I jump towards your aura, ever so steady
In my suit, I feel my palms get sweaty.
And there you are, I feel you behind this rock, with a view of our planet, so perfect
I have been waiting since my heart you did intercept
I knew that my heart and love you would never reject.
Finally, I see you at last, and goodness, how fast my heart does beat
A sort of warmth from my head down to the bottom of my feet
I suppose it is in heaven that now we will meet.
My suit I begin to unzip
It is from Death’s chalice that I begin to sip
Ever so quickly does the temperature begin to dip.
I subject my naked self to you my, Mother Red
And as I feel my breath running short I sit down, your skull, on my head
I wrap my hand around the brittle bones that make up your hand, and I understand, as to why your skeleton lays here, how you really did count the days, how you tried as much as you could to come back, how we, were the last thing you thought of, and now I can close my eyes, wipe my tears, no frowns, and a smile, instead.