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    dots Submission Name: Sourdots
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    Author: Passionbyapathy
    ASL Info:    23/M/Columbus, Ohio
    Elite Ratio:    5.3 - 207/276/228
    Words: 139
    Class/Type: Misc/Misc
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    dotsSourdots
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    I'm orbiting this planet on its dark side
    spinning right around with nothing
    no love encompassing this broken heart
    to mend or make it worth existing
    I'll fall into abandon

    At the axis of hope and less
    losing sleep trying to piece together
    the murmurings of a ghost lost
    to ravage my mind

    Wandering waiting to be found
    I should be finding myself
    I'm finding myself
    wanting

    Rattle my cage a little
    getting reckless
    replaying the same sorry scenes
    over and over and over
    until madness makes me weary
    and I wither along with all hope
    of weathering this storm

    I need something worth keeping
    something with meaning
    anything more
    than this

    This wound is stitched
    but bleeding through
    my thoughts
    paper thin

    Blooded ink on the note
    still waiting to be read




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