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    dots Submission Name: Brotherdots
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    Author: jackz
    ASL Info:    24/F/OH
    Elite Ratio:    3.76 - 591/622/380
    Words: 171
    Class/Type: Story/Depressed
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    Average Vote:    5.0000
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    dotsBrotherdots
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    During my time of need,
    you turned your back.
    While I curled into a ball at my lowest point,
    you walked away without a second thought.

    Maybe this is due to your ignorance,
    or perhaps it had something to do with her mind games.
    Although 18months older than I you are,
    what you have & have not been exposed to
    is all based on what she wants.

    No not for you but for herself.
    To native to see this,
    Maybe so,
    Although too sheldtered is more likely to be the honest answer here,
    living in the bubble she has designed for you.

    Held up in ICU, potentially dying...
    The possibility of ever speaking to me was clearly there,
    IV's every which way, in every possible place.

    Yet you do not appear,
    Brother, Why is this?
    My attempted suicide is your justification to no longer speaking to me?
    Isn't this backwards?
    Aren't you meant to be there in my time of need?




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