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Updated on September 8, 2012

Time washes my body, cleansing it not,

The blood of thy woman, peircing thine heart.

Pulsing souls never to speak again,

Burning flowers of affection, decayed to ash.

Left without remorse, yet full of regret.

The faint memory of what once was a moment together,

Showing all in truth always unconditional.

Solid souls bind the divide,

Yet Remain distant, showing no bounds.

Careless in self, causing pain in others,

Showing adhesive to lifes entanglements.

Trust in others is what makes trust,

Taking away what was special, now rotten.

A light that burns like fire in thy eyes,

Smoldered by the darkened heart.

Cancerous to the faint thought of true love,

Love abandoned by the light.


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