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By peacelovejoshua on 04/13/2012
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The darkness ripped though me until we were one.

A deep dwelling hole,

no room for the sun.

I quench with my tears.

I eat of my flesh.

Upon me in this place nothing can be blessed.

I hear only screams,

gnashing of teeth,

grunts and growls of beasts soon to feast.

They sever limbs and crush bones.

Laugh in your torment,

like billowing drones.

They rip off your flesh,

to hear you cry.

They eat out your organs,

but you never die.

They dance in your fear

with snarls and drool.

You dwell in the place

which no where more cruel.

By peacelovejoshua On 4/13/2012 4:07:30 PM
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