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    dots Submission Name: Lifeline 2dots
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    Author: col13x
    Elite Ratio:    2.26 - 119/300/559
    Words: 184
    Class/Type: Poetry/Love
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    dotsLifeline 2dots
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    If the mirror is an honest one

    You have to ask
    Did you craft and tie the hangman’s noose
    Yourself

    And do you dangle there in the darkness
    Addicted now
    To the Martyrdom
    Of your pain

    Better then, not to be understood
    And not to accept the helping hand
    Better then to turn from light
    And weep, instead alone
    For you say tears cannot be shared

    Did you take all your hurt
    And hang it displayed upon a meat hook
    So the butchers of rape and plunder
    Could dine upon your soul

    Was it thus

    Or was it when you sought the light
    And to be known and touched
    By love
    To break apart the rigmarole
    And claim once again
    Your liberty
    Set yourself by honesty
    Free

    Always free
    To choose

    You have to ask

    If the mirror is an honest one
    Did you craft and tie the hangman’s noose
    Yourself

    And what excuse can you give yourself
    For turning
    From the light









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