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Forgive The Inevitable Words | Poem

I jumped in the fire of Pompeii,

I rose on the surface to screamings,

I don’t hate myself, mistress,

I can’t express thy wills,

You held my nerves,

Crush them. Rewind them.

Incapable expressions made bloodsheds,

I wouldn’t hold responsible to water,

It pained to live the death of myself,

Not sad this world,

Deathra, wear that purple latex,

Clean the playthings I made,

Let’s write a world we lost,

Don’t think about anything,

Just,

Forgive the inevitable words,

We’re children of pain,

We’ve been freed here,

We’ll reshape shackles,

I crave to punish incapability,

I desire darkness to begin creating.

©sjwordsmith

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