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By kennethcook on 07/04/2012
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You stood right in front of me.

With those eyes that could bring the warrior to his knees, rendering him down into a quivering, weeping mass of pale, weak, useless human flesh.

With that smile that could turn out the lights of the heavens, snuff out the fires of the sun, and obliterate the silver, ghostly glow of the full moon, while rendering the infinite, golden stars into an eternal palate of cold, black nothingness.

With that face that could destroy the world, causing men to abandon their most persistent dreams, and their most cherished hopes, while creating in women a crimson, fiery fury of envious, teeth clenching hatred.

You stood right in front of me.

You looked me straight in the face,

and you lied to me.

By kennethcook On 7/4/2012 3:12:47 PM

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