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Author: manicsmuse
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Well it has been a year since this has happened, pen to paper I mean. And this is why. I have lost any spark of talent I ever had to the abyss of writers block. I can't seem to get this together, or even make sense of it to make sense to you.. arrrghhh help people, help


In the great wide empty there is company calling
Miles of shores wanting you home
from a place you no longer know

There is truth inside the lie
But who wants it

Millions of people inside the dream.
The captives and the lonely, floating under
colors of trains that drum right by.

There is truth inside your lie
but who wants that.

The wicked sharing the night,
listless and harboring this void.

Nothing is as baneful as this
But a whole that murdered

Beautiful naughty, callous woman,
who wants your eyes?

under the dismal sky
the comedown
casts prism into your soul

Who wants to see that.

The fiction sells.

Submitted on 2007-09-07 23:55:07     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Well, I like it...

This doesn't seem like writers' block...this seems pretty d*mn good.

"There is truth inside your lie
but who wants that."

I like that a lot...
| Posted on 2007-09-08 00:00:00 | by Raivn | [ Reply to This ]

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