I look at you, and I see the fear in your eyes,
I see the life, the body, the you, that you've grown to despise,
I hear your soft, pathetic whimpers,
Your begging, pleading, pained whispers,
Stare back at your wavering body,
Your eyes blurred, darkened, cloudy,
Watch as you fight to stay awake,
I watch in amusement, to see how much more, you can take,
Watch as your hands, begin to shake,
Watch as you begin to emotionally and mentally, break,
Hear you scream, beg to know your purpose,
Hear you wail, observe your anger resurface,
I watch as you cry, and lean in close, to see you clearer,
Wipe at my cheeks, and realize I'm staring into the mirror.