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is what hell means to (most)?

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Once the torn pages (were) starting to return

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i cannot believe i let it get this bad...


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i loved her more when i was sober.
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At first her smile would sparkle so brightly it would blind me til I'd stumble,
Carelessly, I fell completely head over heels due to a hushed promised whisper.
Took some time but I realized every word she speaks is chosen with such care,
Every thing done to ensure that she remains hidden from all whom would stare.
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What remained to be seen was a horrid truth that was her souls true colour-
This was the pretense I had obtained to base every relationship henceforth after.
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I tried so hard to escape the tragedy with vices in hopes of becoming comfortable
Within my own flesh and blood but all that happened was my skin kept getting colder.
Once the torn pages were starting to return to the tattered and torn calendar
I to began to finally crack like those before me, my mask started to slowly crumble
Until the only thing left of it was a memory that forever haunts me and every dear
Dares take upon themselves the duty to try and bond with a man whose endless fever
Happens to make every one whom touches him shiver or those that want to look closer;
Because there exists nothing inside but an empty cage and an ugly, waiting, monster. 1 comment


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