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    dots Submission Name: Second's Breathdots
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    Author: BlazeFlamme
    ASL Info:    22/m/TX
    Elite Ratio:    1.8 - 23/161/138
    Words: 148
    Class/Type: Poetry/Serious
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    Average Vote:    4.0000
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    dotsSecond's Breathdots
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    Are these walls getting smaller?
    I hope the clock is wound well
    Is the ticking slowing down
    I can hardly tell

    Why is this room empty?
    It was once filled with light
    It's wonders have dried
    Now leaving no prize

    I can see outside this world
    But no light shines through
    I can see beauty
    But here alone I stew

    I can't find the key
    My breathing still ticks
    I trigger all memories
    But no clue or fix

    I reach for the handle
    Sure enough it is tight
    But what's that shine
    The key comes in sight

    It has maintained its structure
    And the door appears a mere toy
    Shrinking as the walls cave
    And I have not a ploy

    I need to escape
    While my breath is still true
    If the door shrinks much more
    I'll no longer fit through




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      Where or what is the room?
    | Posted on 2008-10-03 00:00:00 | by Morsketch | [ Reply to This ]


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