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Loving You And Letting You Go

Deep in every passing time
Destiny, a game they called
Is about to end now.
Thunder of tears,
surely will sink
Realm of hope,
crawling underneath reality
Those musical humming of notes revolting,
Screaming.
Destroy my being.
Slowly hurting me so much
Now that you are gone
Thoughts about you will be forgotten.

Then go,away,
and never look back
I let you go
I
Finally
Set you free.

Then I run to the never ending woods
Because fifteen minutes from now
Worms will soon rot your flesh
and be buried six feet under
Bugs will guillotine you.

As the invitation has come
A long beeping sound
Long enough.
A straight thin green light.

Deader than the dead I mourn.
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Submitted on February 05, 2010

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