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Only Common In Expiration



Anger, anxious , I boil to lengths fueled.
Insistence, igniting my flames uncouth.

No sense
No structure

Hath minds meticulate of nothing known, expired?
Do they transmit void valiancy of non variants?

In uncertain signals
In uncertain urgencies

Versified meters, I volume unread and misconstrued.
And only particulates present, we share as our remains.
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Submitted on October 16, 2013

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