I watched as they dragged you away,
Broken, and bruised, and bloodied,
Unrecognizable to those who knew you.
Your screams echoed through the empty corridors,
And you sat all alone in your prison of loneliness.
The cracks on your skin that bled red sprinkled my sky
With beautiful nebulas and shooting stars.
The tears that slid down your face like shining diamonds
Reflected in the deepened sea as they shot across the sky.
The sobs that racked your body shook my world,
Rattled my ground, and made the universe quake
As if you were a god, touching the heavens.
You were beautiful, even as they were killing you.
As they shattered my constellations
And as you took your final shakey breath,
My skies lit up like the darkened night on the Fourth of July,
As you fell to your knees, your body going limp,
The heavens cracked and the skies fell
for their god