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    dots Submission Name: Grudge Lovedots
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    Author: TheSnoitart
    ASL Info:    19/ M/ USA
    Elite Ratio:    3.63 - 53/64/52
    Words: 156
    Class/Type: Poetry/Misc
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    dotsGrudge Lovedots
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    hoping something worse gets to you
    is what's got me holding on.
    Even in a loss, you still prevent my victory
    from pure spite.
    Where once I wanted you by my side
    eternally
    well
    Familiarity breeds contempt, or so I'm told.

    My grudge is not on you, exactly
    just your damning actions
    and my own.
    Yet as fault is found within us both
    some might say equally...
    I would disagree on the latter part.
    Burn in your holes.

    This anger isn't what I wanted
    but it's what you've made me into.
    You did this to me, just as much as I did this to
    myself.
    I hate everything to do with this.
    It's just a good thing I hate you more.

    Hatred is a terrible corruption
    and for that corruption
    comes the self hatred, fueling the flames
    of this unbecoming depreciation.
    Yet neither side can do
    a damned thing about it.





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