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Mistress...

I wanna touch your heart.
I want you to feel mine beating.
Can I have a minute of your time.
Because my heart is bleeding.

You have left a hole in my soul.
Up close you can see me fading.
You weren't supposed to go.
Now life and death are both trading.

I loved you with all that I had.
As irony twists it was your fatal kiss
that assists death's grab.
More hurt than mad, it's hard for
me to escape this terrible drab.
May I talk to you? Only for a
moment. Yes you miss....

I wonder, how you could
ever do this? I am forced
to walk so empty and alone.
But not you mistress.
You comfortably exist inside of a
realm clearly filled with dark abyss.
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Submitted on February 21, 2017

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