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More Than Anything

Author: mojymo
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Step back and think about all the people that you believe are so pathetic and gutless that aren't even worthy of your killing. (Not necessarily climaxing music, kitchen knives, and body bags killing). Now, wouldn't it just be easier on you if they showed how TRULY low they were by doing you this one huge favor?

More Than Anything

More than a peanut butter sandwich,
I wish you'd all die.
More than a friend that is reliable and true to her words,
I wish you'd all back down and move on.
Most importantly,
I wish you guys would do me one big, fat favor
and go kill yourselves.

Oh, but you have to enjoy it.

End: 9:35 pm
Thurs. Sept. 10, 09

Submitted on 2009-09-10 20:39:43     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Yes indeed it would be awesome if we coud get them to do this and not bother us with the obligation of doing it for them haha. People can be so callous sometimes and just creep under our skins and squeeze the life force out because they cannot percieve who we truly are and then judge us on their hollow little thrones, people get me angry sometimes and in a murderous mind but in the end i just release the hatred onto paper like you have done so beautifully here and afterwards forget their idiocy. This was short and straightforward, a good read that we can all relate to.


| Posted on 2009-09-11 00:00:00 | by Clayman | [ Reply to This ]

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