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Complacent Delirium



Blood seeps from a black hole
that keeps itself clutched to my soul
Where darkness is a lovely sin
that settles on my face a grin
And the madness that eats away at my flesh
is nothing more or nothing less
Than a creation of a beautiful mess
that feeds on my undying emptiness
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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