Nameless Syndrome

Poem by: room 101 of Miniluv

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Submitted: July 11, 2010

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Broken hearts and shattered hopes

You have a dangerous addiction

By no fault of your own

What an ailing affliction

You are always the victim


Or so you manage to sell

To those mindless drones your surrounded by

But I can see

Through that pretentious mask

Behind which a twisted being resides


I just want to break down the walls

That hold the real you inside

I want to point and laugh

At your tragic life

As it finally comes crashing down


Why can't you see

That it could never last

Why can't you see

That your coming down fast

You're someone I never want to be


Trust me

It will end

Someday soon

and there will be no one left

for you to call a friend


So get out now

While you still can

Please heed this warning

Escape your destructive plan

But I'm afraid that for you

this is just the beginning


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