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    dots Submission Name: To the Voice of Antebellum dots
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    Author: HisNameIsNoMore
    ASL Info:    28 - Male - Ohio
    Elite Ratio:    3.08 - 75/182/217
    Words: 73
    Class/Type: Poetry/Dark
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    dotsTo the Voice of Antebellum dots
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    Cypress effigies loom in thought,
    their bodies entombed,
    beneath what waters paranoia wrought;
    beneath what whispers exhumed.

    Peat bogs timeless in derangement,
    their fear slithers,
    rippling through sediments of the despondent;
    rippling through sanity as it withers.

    These Jackpine chirp to unknown melodies,
    their song transformed,
    in predation they are howling maladies;
    in predation they are Owls conformed.

    A voice of a familiar lie,
    nevermore Antebellum;
    nevermore you may rise.




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      A lament, to be sure. I felt like I was walking on the graves of soldiers. I was feeling the brutality and heartache of having to fight.

    This was very moving.

    Peat bogs timeless in derangement,
    their fear slithers,

    Wow.

    -Jane
    | Posted on 2017-05-08 00:00:00 | by JanePlane | [ Reply to This ]


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