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Going to the Wall

Author: teika5
ASL Info:    46 / m/ parts unknow
Elite Ratio:    8 - 46 /9 /20
Words: 183
Class/Type: Fanfic /Venting
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I was thinking of those moments of social worlds ,
Then noticing it was not me or you, it was us. talking over coffee. I remember such knowing of something but not really; the dark joke could of been from anywhere. It's was then , as dancing around the issues, I became the lye or hate of those worlds . So many words to express dislike for the ways those phases take from the moments , and they become something else.

the they seemed
far more disturbing , A something

Going to the Wall

These ideals are ,strange
How they come from a darker side+
the subject is either me or you./

While , in the middle of looking
"I was looking for me:"
Then I worried about you.?

the strange hum of you,/rather /
suddenly you -
made me paranoid .

The makings of you;
are very different than me
How is it you could say that?

<the stress built to panic>

I'll pull my hairs out
Knowing something lingers

< thought i went native for a good sec..>

Then your comment
" I was dumb as a brick ??"

" Well sack of potato 's "
said ,the Son of a bitch ,
(screaming )
"I 'm not sane any more !"

After all those cups of java ,
and the ways ,( as one does )
took moments from me ,
mocking my words; Why?

It was something said ,
not any fact at all.

Submitted on 2017-08-31 03:22:07     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  "I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity."
-Edgar Allan Poe

It was a little hard to follow, but that makes the theme all the more concrete.

Great write, thanks for sharing :)
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