Broke, by Alex Varney

Come back, stay, please stay. Why did you go, why did you come back, it broke, he broke it, I fixed it but it’s not the same, but I don’t know what changed, nothing changed, but everything changed. I changed, but I didn’t do anything, I’m not me, but I’m not someone else, I’m not the same but I’m exactly the same, I broke it, he fixed it, but he didn’t really fix it, but it’s the same, but it’s different. I saw her but she didn’t see me, but she did, but she acted like she didn’t, she broke it, he fixed it, but it’s not really fixed, but it’s the same, but it’s different, and it was never gone, it never changed, but it changed entirely. He broke it and I threw it away, but he never broke it and I never threw it away, and I didn’t do anything, but I did everything and I changed everything, so nothing is the same, but everything is the same, it never existed but it always existed and it’s always the same but it’s always completely different, and I broke it, and he tried to fixed it and she tried to fix it and he left, and she left, but he came back and she was never there