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Like, how do I describe

The ugly man in my past

Without sounding equivalent

To devils and morbid casts

How does one begin

To describe a world full of sin

When people so full of hatred

Are leaders that walk with grins

Disguises; we call them smiles

Despair shops with endless aisles

While some of them feel so empty

Others uncover “wild.”

Where we risk without crossing fingers

These hearts with so many miles

Where love is a gloomy prison

And lust gives too many trials.




To be continued. My apologies.  =P 

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