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    dots Submission Name: I lost my personadots
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    Author: Latin King
    ASL Info:    31/M/Los Angeles
    Elite Ratio:    2.39 - 104/232/145
    Words: 132
    Class/Type: Poetry/Depressed
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       Just feeling bummed out so many problems in my life I can hardly smile nowadays. This is how I cope by writing hope you guys enjoy.


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    dotsI lost my personadots
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    I lost myself in a riddle
    And in between scribbles
    Forgot to read in the middle
    My ideas can never be belittled
    I create sanity like ear and a fiddle
    And I can see differentiation like a bag of skittles.

    One thing that happen to me
    Is that I'm no longer myself
    I've satisfied the sanity
    Of the devil himself
    I do things so irregular bad for my health
    Come back cry about it in stealth
    Go ahead and have dreams of bigger wealth
    And sadness kicks in like if it was a perfect weld.

    I think I lost persona and I want it back
    Because without it
    There's a lack
    And it comes as a big impact,
    That I feel like depression
    Should be sold in packs




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