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    dots Submission Name: Only Your Enemies Leave Rosesdots
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    Author: Flowerinbloom
    ASL Info:    22/M/Earth (I think)
    Elite Ratio:    3.5 - 700/559/123
    Words: 105
    Class/Type: Poetry/
    Total Views: 797
    Average Vote:    4.0000
    Bytes: 742



    Description:
       Don't really like it much but just playing around with different things havent been able to really write anything for a while now ehh so it goes i guess.


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    dotsOnly Your Enemies Leave Rosesdots
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    they adorn your tombstone
    with petals of red
    reveling in your death
    wishing they dealt the killing blow

    only your enemies leave roses

    time moves so slow
    since you gave your last breath
    your crimson wounds bled
    but now you sleep alone

    only your enemies leave roses

    they mourn at your grave
    with souls draped in black
    red roses clutched to their bosoms
    tears holding back the laughter

    only your enemies leave roses

    will you forgive them after
    the ghouls and the phantoms
    your tombstone is cracked
    at the hands of the depraved

    only your enemies leave roses




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