June 16, 2010
By Fieldsofwind GOLD, Thousand Oaks, California
Fieldsofwind GOLD, Thousand Oaks, California
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Favorite Quote:
Here we are in chemistry class. There's no chemistry in this room,'s an all-girls school and no one's brave enough to be lesbian.

Empty, you beckon me, with vile heartstrings ripped
Your claw so black and beaten, i touch to my lips
A poison deep shall send me reeling, sweeting, bleeding my sweet life
Over the ground, covered in the ribbons of a bitter demise.

You're tall and overpower my senses
And you're bleeding just to cloak me in dimensions
Of my empty-headed lies, to cover my surprise
To remove the costumewear and let me see the skies

For out of clothes, i look much softer
And in the dark, i look much older
I barely glisten as i step
Out of my own body's wreck
A broken being, so plumped and squeezed
For all the world's devouring
That i can't recognize myself
But you have stolen back my shell
And made me walk for just a moment
A moment that made me want to own it.

The author's comments:
I'm clairvoyant, I think. Or crazy.

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