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Self Dogma

Cfrates 1972 (San Jose)



Parishioner of the mind
Sitting in sermon
As Reverend pain preaches
Fragmented truths uncertain
Into the farthest corners he reaches
Dogma and negativity
Self Doubt becomes doctrine
Devout in insecurity
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Submitted by Cfrates on February 23, 2021

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