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    dots Submission Name: The Land After Timedots
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    Author: Uzair
    Elite Ratio:    0.7 - 0/1/8
    Words: 154
    Class/Type: Lyrics/Dark
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    dotsThe Land After Timedots
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    From wars erupting earths core,
    we've settled a score only for the heavens and hell to see.
    We smother the stench of temptations with potpourri,
    only to deceive others stimulating a part of the brain.
    Are we using something to rearrange a type of mental suicide arranged,
    in order to display portraits of lucid terror?,
    Throwing smoke bombs to keep a little order
    but even so that's just keeping us horny for more slaughter.
    Like roaches and raid a single spray will cause fragment mutations
    a zombie faze shot with steroids and black plagues, just a graze to depict nations,
    human infested sanitation able to retaliate government abomination.
    A conversation my mind read by Pagans
    walking through hallways,
    a million rooms perfume and a two headed waitress,
    mind binding views,
    imitations, crosses, limitations,
    serpents, pulpits, fuels lit and shattered creations.




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