His messages broke my dreams making me wonder, My lifeline traveled in my veins and I loved his anger, But a slap on my face irrationally broke my trust, With doubt of my innocence, his play was a curse. I succumbed to darkness trying to heal deeply, up Somewhere my heart bled making me leave misery, But sinking down I realized my self-respect mattered, I was silently screaming inside to not falter. Did I do wrong, that I left his life alone? Had I done any mistake, his wrath I would endure, But what he did broke me completely from within, My self-respect screeched to leave his company. I know I was not wrong as I always ignored his mistakes, But this havoc blew my tears making me go far away, Self-respect was more important to me and I lived So that I could exhale freely the disgust in brief. It felt so serene and calm staying in my world, Making myself my own sweet fairy to unfurl, Dignity I breathe freely today, It is what matters the most nowadays. Respect then I earned by setting myself free from his clutches, Something that could have burned my dignity and crushed in patches.