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    dots Submission Name: I will call out your namedots
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    Author: RisingSon
    Elite Ratio:    1.69 - 7/79/52
    Words: 184
    Class/Type: Misc/Misc
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    dotsI will call out your namedots
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    I will call out your name,
    wildly, into the night wind howling
    the darkness growing and all around me the sound of you blowing,
    I will call out your name.

    To the stars I will cry out
    a song for your madness,
    a glimmering sadness I’ll wail and I’ll bellow
    until I’ve heard the last note fade away.

    I will cast them out, the words, and when they fail me
    the savage sounds,
    the primal phonetic promises I’ve made in my heart
    for your love, I will give them away to the dark

    my very voice, too, a gift freely given
    until the last notes have left me, and all
    that remains is the silence we’ve long sought,
    the silent-night wrong thoughts we’ve never forgiven nor forgotten
    flung far from this moment,
    flung far from where we are

    I will call out your name to the night and the moonlight,
    to the stars and the cold air
    hanging like shadows on my shoulders,
    until it all falls away.
    I will call out your name.




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