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d-ory@hotmail.comIf I try to describe myself I can't cause I don't really know. I think I'm a bunch of different personalities in one body. I' am dark and a little depressed behind closed doors. But towards my friends I' am confident and happy. I struggle for acceptance from people but I do a great job of hiding it.Poetry is my release. Without it I could'nt function. But I think I was always meant to have it. I had never written a poem until I was 22 years old. I did'nt even know I could write a poem until someone special inspired me then shattered my heart. I believe this is why I write mostly dark, depressive poems. Because that's how it all started for me.My tag is weight of the world. Reason being I believe the weight of the world is on the shoulders of a few. And most of us are just standing around consuming and polluting waiting for others to clean up after us. I reflect some of this in my poetry.I live in Hobart, Australia and I' am 24 years old. Thanks for reading. Leave comments, your thoughts and I will return the favour.P.S There are certain words spelt differently in Australia so please keep this in mind when reviewing my poetry. And I 'am on facebook under rosco daw. E-mail at top of page....

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Moth To A Flame
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A Lust Called Amber
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Kindred Spirits
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I Still Love You
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A New Path
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Devil Inside
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Someone
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My Mr Hyde
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Shaye
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Plastic
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Saved By Creation
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A Mature Wine
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Juliet
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Grow, but don't leave me. I' am nothing.
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Day Of Reckoning
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The New Girl
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Two Daughters Of A Jackal
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Use Me
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weight of the world
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A brief aquaintance
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If I Asked
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Dark Energy
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One True Sin (revised)
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Life Simply Explained.
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Societies Bacteria
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Higher power
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Saved By Creation 2.0
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Deafening Silence
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Anguish (revised)
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