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    dots Submission Name: Poussin lost his line in the rape of sabine womendots
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    Author: silentpoison
    ASL Info:    22/F/Teh Shire
    Elite Ratio:    2.67 - 204/259/118
    Words: 141
    Class/Type: Poetry/Satire
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       I wrote this in art history class while we were discussing poussin's painting "rape of the sabine women"


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    dotsPoussin lost his line in the rape of sabine womendots
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    Thereís beauty in terror

    and itís not all baroque

    when your mind is freed of all worldly possession

    Blank stares

    and all you have is your will to survive

    Primal moments

    when itís

    no thought

    only reaction

    to your will to be

    eye sight fading

    spotted red

    fighting tooth and nail

    all you hear is your breathing

    isolation

    your all on your own

    unbeknowst

    to whats ahead

    whats behind

    thereís no tracking time

    All this fear in your head

    chained up and bleeding

    clawing at your mind

    to justify

    the blank stare

    the prolonged glare

    for the beauty in terror

    the wild eyes

    the primal moments

    to show

    weíre alive




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