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    Author: isaiahc4
    ASL Info:    26/M/TX
    Elite Ratio:    3.26 - 120/198/62
    Words: 154
    Class/Type: Poetry/Venting
    Total Views: 491
    Average Vote:    5.0000
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    dotschangedots
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    I woke from this recurring dream
    wishing all was still the same.
    As for all I wished to see
    behind blue eyes it all has changed.

    I have seen so many things
    casting shadows over me.
    leaving me to walk misguided
    and live my life in a retreat.

    Coming home I thought would end this;
    nightmare that has hurt me so ,
    that it changed and shifted something
    stripping all I used to know.

    nothing here has changed at all
    in my absence life went on.
    yet it seems in their absence
    I've been changing all along.

    I've developed deep inside me
    a hurt that I can not dismiss.
    a hunger just to be destructive
    just for having lived through this.

    I now house a void still growing
    consuming all the warmth inside.
    Still not knowing when it happened
    the descent part of me has died.






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