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Escaping Shame

Jason Bliss 1997 (Illinois)

I'm nothing but disease.
Jaded and shaded black.
Curses lie beneath.
Monsters that attach.
Demons screeching loud,
Mind under attack.
Try to keep them down,
Mine always come back.

Tried to run away.
Still within their grasp.
All i see are fangs,
Emerging from their masks.
Everywhere I go,
They stay along my tracks.
Just as i escape again,
They always come right back.

These demons.
These bloodthirsty heathens.
Spit their venom unto me.
Infected wounds still bleeding.
Just when I had needed
Laying barely breathing
They wake me up once again
To remind the pain I'm feeling

But i won't let them in
No i won't let them win
Nothing but beasts of hate
Embodiments of sins.
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Submitted on February 26, 2021

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Jason Bliss

I'm an aspiring writer from Illinois. I have written over 120 poems and i am working on two books. I've never been published, but i do hope to be someday. I don't need or want money, i just want to share my thoughts, feelings, and experiences with others who may be looking for something to relate to. If my writing brings about any emotion at all, i will be happy with it. I'm sorry for pushing all this pain onto my readers. more…

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