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    Be my ruthless pen In ink we'll chase our glory Waging war with words....
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    You tease me with your simplicity, have yet to astound me with more complexity than I am worthy of knowing. My eyes deceive the perception to which yours are so accustomed, for nothing is concrete but the structure, mirth given sans judgement; there is yet much life in lonesome memory Bu...
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    5 a.m. It’s yet again That time of day When the street lights splash the asphalt the dawn of a rainbow, Old people walk their silly dogs, Joggers do their jolly jogging, And the sky’s blue promises you the world, With a yellow vanishing point disguised as tickle-me-pink. Dark clouds gat...
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    I. I’ll spend a lifetime wishing for the death of a dying star—my favourite star— just for the sake of seeing the evening sky light up with a different smile; just for little old callous me, and just for a little while. Your presence wrecks me like a symphony ruins silence; the pl...
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    The textured pages of this book are blinding under the light of the sun and the shadows of my hands break apart as I write, exposing paper like a hellish split in the earth I find it funny how newly forbidden places, in their quiet ways, have more appeal when they are quarantined than in th...
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    wide eyes are useless against a ruthless blurring vision; you know how birds fly on a liberating expedition? well i want that, too. but my nose is wet, and my feet are anchored by lovers of steel. they urge me to be real....
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    stars like ashes light my eyes as i lean my head on an imaginary shoulder, (sturdy as a boulder); i peek through my sleepy lashes in time to see a blue gradient filter encompass the horizon, sunrise filtering through a criss-crossed window pane while i fall asleep again, left-over laughter ...
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    blushing gray clouds exert an aura, loud colors and bright noise with a toe-curling sweetness – hey, sousie: it's the candy-apple flavored good-night kiss of god, and still I think your mouth would put the essence of the withering sky, aching with lustful thunder, to sha...
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    Magnetic conflict pulls taut the thread of ardor; the rope of ecstasy as echoed in the eyes. Torn with wear are holey socks, faded like a yellowed grin which spark when scraped across an aged, mellow rug, thin as a child's kite, when caught in thunder renders a man's bite int...
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    The girl named after galaxies Pays no mind to sweet fallacies. She's so completely sure, Enough to cause fatalities. Loose astro-knots orbit her neck in the mundane mold of a red velvet scarf. Round face framed by A thick screen of hair, tugged back by pure gravity and a hair tie; Bright fib...
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    He fell too deep for me to follow suit (Some-days I drink in the cornflower blue of his irises and To-day I can pick out the weary, tasteless dregs of a friend who isn’t there.) It’s half a lie, but the point is moot (I want to steal the worried red of his lips, heal the teary red of...
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    He fears the down-edged spiral, the idea of impalement on a double-bladed sword; The fungi which consume him as he decays: for what then will become of the sophisticated lord? The untamed land gives birth to promise. Her wedding veil conceals the view of a conqueror, dressed in a gentleman...
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    Juliet lays on her deathbed, mouthing the words to a wonderful song like a fish out of water, gasping for oxygen, might struggle to sing. She inhales ragged, quick breaths; exhales, lips quivering, moist, quiet murmurs in the dark where no one can hear. She whispers her song with the desperation of ...
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    [I learned the hard way that the people nearby are not, in fact, mind readers. He says I’m in love with you, and I regurgitate in the name of good humor, though I thought it first, truly. He cheekily tells his girl that she has bad taste in men, and I smile alone and think, I beg to differ. And th...
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    She is the one person out of any I’ve met whom I am unable to read. Following a compliment of sorts, her pretty mouth transforms into a wan line which curls weakly at the tips, much like the natural tendencies of aged paper. In the two or so years I’ve seen her around, I have never caught her tr...
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