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A-Hindrance-Unknown

The snow will melt, the grass turned green, but when you look, I am unseen.
Beneath this rock, shall I lay, for years to come, and you decay.
From my mind swept clean, and mouth ascream, begging for the light to be seen.
Into the ocean afar, I stay adrift, my body aglow, like the gleam of a star.
Dipped into space with little unknown, your eyes watch with care, a button unsown.
From my heart dead and dry, now buried beneath, to your solemn watching eye, with clenched, biting teeth.





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