Draped in diamond

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: July 10, 2017

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Submitted: July 10, 2017



On days of satisfaction I embrace the lights that illuminate our urban lifestyles
But on days of frustration I am capable of bending that light into fragile
reflections, which shed the truth amongst all creations 
Because I'd love to compile a breed of hostile intellectuals 
Who, I'd imagine, to fall on their knees begging for mercy from their own knowing
I am an ineffectual 
Don't mistake my rage for power, as my power no longer exists
If you can believe it
If that’s how you see it
This environment constructed and was destructive towards the continuation of my ego and I am clawing my way out of a pit 
A time ago I was the terrorist of my own self worth, and now I torture the weak- minded to nourish the hole in me to finally be a whole
It's a vicious cycle of how low a being will go to reach a climax in time
The final stage is to reach self acceptance to show, lo and behold
where tranquility will obliterate greed 
and intelligence will revive the need to be free from everyone else's thinking, 

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