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Into the night



Into the night she goes, Removed from thought as efforts diminished.
As I praise this film alone, I just could not overcome the one-sidedness.

The memory of her attraction is muted because there is no denying
how much her beauty looted.

My attention, my mind, and my desire, a bond like no other; as if I was sired.

The tone of it all died rather fast and the energy given at first was unmatched.

Sleep was not an issue during those times yet as time progress I felt to be a joke in her punchline.

I'll return back to my previous ways, alone and confined to myself where the outcomes of effort are poured into work & home.

I must decide with the mind.
As her actions expose, the function which constitutes the level of interest is low.
for all the while she drained my loneliness and with her affection my mental load
poured in full was the grasp of her warm touch; which is current in my mind as into the night she goes.
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Written on February 06, 2022

Submitted by ToneisKing on February 17, 2022

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Antonio Soler

Antonio Soler was born on April 17, Born and raised in Brooklyn NY. Antonio graduated high school from Brooklyn Academy High School in 2005; he later enlisted into the United States Army. Since then he has been stationed in Germany 2006 - 2012 (Idar-Oberstein, Grafenwoerh, and Baumholder), Fort Carson, Colorado 2012 - 2018 & South Korea 2018 - 2020 (USAG-Yongsan & Camp Humphreys). Antonio currently serves as a US Army Recruiter in Hackensack, NJ since 2020. Antonio is recently divorced (2018) and father to a son, (Adrian, 13). Currently pursues a bachelors degree in Logistics and Transportation management from American Military University and his also interested in photography. on Instagram he host a page where all is photography is shared under @Toneisking_Portfolio. more…

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