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my valentine illuminati

Sharp staggering pain equipped with poison,
You took my breath away as it coursed through my veins,
Collapse to the floor,
funerary kiss wake me up,
regain the soul I lost in turmoil,
Can you see me now? will you lay your hand aside my solar plexus once more to confess baptismal secrets.

Never looking over your shoulder to behest me you shunned,
Your stare bled through,
my body ached,
collapse to the floor,
funerary kiss consumes me,
departure from the light.

Lured into darkness,
submerged from sorrows of putrid failure,
Betwixt the lost love of light and your absence I crave the light,
Shunned by you the light sought a victim,
I fell as that unknowing victim,
Now and forever I am unloved.

MY VALENTINE,
MY SHATTERED LOVE,
MY NECTAR,
MY NEED,
MY VALENTINE ILLUMINATI
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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