Disarmed

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She’s mistaken her own disciples for enemies…

Submitted: January 06, 2007

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There is nothing of shame that she holds.

No more regret to punish.

There is an unfamiliar energy pushing her down…

Making her fade into the dirt that was once summoned from within…

Dissolve,

And tarry upon this dynasty of marbled soldiers.

She awaits her unfortunate power no more.

Within a disarray of denial,

Afloat to her own boat…

She forbids to acknowledge her own screech,

This presence becoming acrimonious to her own stupidity.

She’s mistaken her own disciples for enemies…

This imprisonment of her bewilderment is now unacquainted,

And she loses her dream,

While her choices become green…

A star of many people,

She once was indefatigable for her reign,

But now is redirected to her fate.

This dismay that is now aware,

Will never falter,

As long as she remains with her delirium…


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