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Enemies

The power is increasing,
i can feel it in my veins.
My mind control is racing,
oh no i'm going insane!
My temperature is rising,
like a midsummers day.
My legs feel they're failing,
oh no! Please go away!
I hear the words they confess,
these holy words, they digest.
To feel these strange worlds
shall close the mind
To consume these strange worlds
gone is mine
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Submitted by Neomortalgirl on September 01, 2016

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Geni Kelepouris

I began writing when i was 16. I enjoy expressing myself through all forms of art ( my profile pic is one of my art pieces). I have had a life full of tragedies and suffer post traumatic stress. I find that art and writing soothes my soul and allows me to heal from all the pain that has been haunting me. I have an obsession with existence and love nothing more than to discuss all the different theories of why we are here. My poems cover a range of topics from love and inspiration to complete random mania. There are also some very deep poems that i needed to write to get the sorrow from my life. I just hope whoever is reading them enjoys them. more…

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