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Emotions Fang



Thrown into time,
Flesh releases a scream,
Two become one,
Within unselfish redeem,
Stretching as lightening,
Loud as the thunders bang,
Held within emotions teeth,
Hooked onto its sharpest fang,
To be the desired,
In turn the one to desire,
Want and.....,
It's reckless fire,
There......but,
In another place,
Captured realm,
Claiming space...........................BAD-Mc..<3
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