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    Author: throughmyvoice
    ASL Info:    19/f/US of A
    Elite Ratio:    3.63 - 69/113/51
    Words: 171
    Class/Type: Poetry/Misc
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    There’s an aching in my legs, a burning in my thighs
    Begging for relief, to find the peace to satisfy
    The desire to leave it all behind, to break free of these ropes
    That bind me down to the same damn ground, to the ties that choke
    My spirit, shadowed, discontent, uncertain of what I need
    All I know is that my home is never what I leave
    This unquenchable thirst that dries my throat
    A magnetic pull to the unknown
    Without direction or a compass, I travel utterly alone
    Not knowing is comforting, the unfamiliar welcomes me home

    Writhing, pining, desperate to set myself free
    To un-barricade this masquerade, leave behind this hypocrisy
    The paths lay down before me, they bend on one knee
    The roads they rise behind me, urge me onward impatiently
    And all the world to be seen and known, for my own two eyes to see
    Hides away, maybe another day,
    But not a day in the life of someone like me




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