Natural Disasters

I blew into your life like a hurricaneand you tore through minelike an earthquakeboth of us the unexpected I whisked apart everything you knew blew through all your certainty your safety your sanity your security I uprooted everything you thought tossed it around I was the epitome of a human disaster walking into your life I never wanted to be I'm sorry you cracked the very foundations I stood on shattered what I knew what I trusted what I felt what was me you ripped apart my life at the seams left me with splinters wondering why it had to be you that got me to feel again you fractured my very being put another crack in my heart but you did not destroy me and I am not sorry 

This poem is about: 
Me

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