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pulse, pulse, pulse your my distant ghost.
Right now I need you the most.
Need your warmth in a bed so cold.
A new spirit to hold and you could feed my host.
But your nowhere to be found,
and no one has seen you around.
I feel so alone like im six feet under the ground.
Breathing my last breath, making my last sounds.
Well there is room for you here so come down.
I hope you found your peace. Unpacked your
suitcases of grief.
Burnt it all on a cliff to a wind that blows east.
I wonder did you slay your beast?
Then throw him in the ocean where the oceans
Did your legs grow stronger when you found your
feet? And did you cry out for me in your restless sleep?
A tortured girl all alone in the world.
Looking for love inside a concrete hell.
Along came a friend to lend a helping hand,
But my own issues stopped me from hanging around.
What a waste of a man.
crawled back inside my can.
Floated on my sea of guilt and drowned.
Ruby is your name and ill remember it foever.
The girl whose angel wings had lost all thier feathers.
Then blood flowed free from those cuts so deep.
My heart missed a beat and I fell to my knees.
Tears filled the street and life felt so bleak.
Knowing my soul had been shamed with this secret
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"One True Sin (revised)" Poetry.com. STANDS4 LLC, 2021. Web. 27 Sep. 2021. <https://www.poetry.com/poem/81081/one-true-sin-(revised)>.