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NPD- Ghosts of Fearsome Memories
Richard Grannon- Healing
Haunted and scathed, by the ghosts of fearsome
and scouring memories, that I plead with day and night,
to drown themselves into the loneliest depths
of the bruised sea, never to be heard from, again!
Get Over It
Continuous bone-cold, steel memories, from within, encage
and crush me, violating my very sanity. There is no where to hide!
Flashbacks! There is no relief in sight! Turning within
cannot be afforded in order to find comfort, for it is precisely
from within, in whence my tormenters bear their cruel,
barbaric fangs at me!
I must run! I must escape! Yet, how might I run away
from my very self? How might I find safety from my own inner-vault
of horrifying memories, when it is inside my very self
from whence these tormenters' attack?
Wipe that smirk off your face, Narcissist; these ghosts
are not about you! You hold no place deep enough,
within my torturous memory-chambers, to even be considered
a part of my most lucrative misery; you are, Narcissist,
but a mere trinket amongst the mightier, and more profound,
insults within me!
Your cheap 'wheeling and dealing', mud-pie games,
Narcissist, do not "hold a candle", nor bear any seniority,
within the innermost confining prison bars of this monstrous
So again, I say, wipe that smirk off your face,
You Can't Win With A Narcissist
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