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    dots Submission Name: Cerberus and Philosophydots
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    Author: HisNameIsNoMore
    ASL Info:    28 - Male - Ohio
    Elite Ratio:    3.08 - 75/182/217
    Words: 147
    Class/Type: Poetry/Dark
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    To inter suspicions---the copious arrangement,
    of contempt;
    of utter devotion.
    A world said to be never for,
    a gift to beauty;
    a gift to ambition.
    A difference between who makes it,
    in the pangs while drunk;
    in the pangs while drowning.

    To inter schisms---unforgiving frontier of the mind,
    of a Grandmothers caress;
    of a whores coil.
    Abrupt memories wishing for sublime,
    in they who adore;
    in they who have yet to arrive---
    Play the reel,
    cigarette burns;
    “so can I…”

    To inter solitude---that auspicious soliloquy,
    of a life well lived;
    of a child’s death.
    Little glimmers of what we see as fragile,
    in qualities we call intangibles;
    in qualities we miss out on.
    Moments that become our reason to ask why,
    it alone stood as a gift to Cerberus;
    it alone stood as a gift to philosophy.

    Something that separates,
    Monster;
    and man.




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