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By duchess on 03/01/2006
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stay away yes
it will stop at some point

you will , become a memory.

the freedom of never yours again

responsiblities lie elsewhere you are

so sure of this.

goodbye is mine forever
you gave it to me

like it was something i said
after everything, punctuated with

my considerable grin still considers you, all wry
and embarassed you still
like me.

i forgo this worship, whathavewebutnow

up nights. all kind of substitutes

and your alienated frame, your disenchanted
-shouldvebeenmine smeared

all over everyting

alternately planned.

Moderator / Royalty

"For most of history, Anonymous was a woman." - Virginia Woolf

© By duchess On 3/1/2006 3:21:19 AM
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