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  March 2023     10 months ago

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Poems about unrequited love, oppression, and life.

I feel like I can't breathe
And all these worries plant needs but granted I can't leave.
Elevating to the point where I can't meet these standards,
All the people meander watching me be tampered
With the confliction of no one to reach me
Yet...

by The Disconnected Philosopher

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A collection of poems about unrequited love, oppression, and life.

I feel like I can't breathe
And all these worries plant needs but granted I can't leave.
Elevating to the point where I can't meet these standards,
All the people meander watching me be tampered
With the confliction of no one to reach me
Yet...

by The Disconnected Philosopher

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added 1 year ago
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A collection of poems about unrequited love, oppression, and life.

I feel like I can't breathe
And all these worries plant needs but granted I can't leave.
Elevating to the point where I can't meet these standards,
All the people meander watching me be tampered
With the confliction of no one to reach me
Yet...

by The Disconnected Philosopher

 9 Views
added 1 year ago
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