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The Rogue

Poem by: ToLoveIsToHate

Summary

Swindled yet again.

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Submitted: October 26, 2011

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Submitted: October 26, 2011

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I stand with perpetuating fear.
The tears of loneliness swell.
So deep,
So raw,
You can see me.

This burden for I have carried,
Aches and waits to boil away,
My further existence,
But you take it away.

I gently move towards you,
With great abundance,
Thirsting regret.
But I fall into you.

I weep at the scars,
From the battles of my demons,
But your hold is too elegant,
To drift from sweet ecstasy.

I look into your eyes humbly,
With my heart tangled.
Tangled within my vocals.
But you know.

For the monster I once saw,
Has birthed the child of purity.
My innocence was taken,
Yet you fought for it back.

A smile keenly plays through,
As I embrace all of my troubles,
As you grasp it and explode,
And suddenly....

My arms become empty,
Yet heavy with pain.
For I open my eyes to see missing,
You.


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The Rogue

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Swindled yet again.

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