Needed her like oxygen to stay alive,
but I was her carbon, to be exhaled, to be given out.
Needed her to keep me through the days and nights.
but I was the warmth needed only during her cold nights.
Saw her as the seedings saw the rain.
A shore for my sea,
The wind for my tide.
But I was seen as how janitors saw papers,
a thing to be thrown into a trash can