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He walks with ignominy Lost and confused He talks delphic with visions of his impiety Gentle in the way he hid his lust He had been drowned in a sea of mockery Castrated by his own, reluctant to adhere
The world could have been ours,  Could have been mine, But here I am, empty-handed. They say the truth will set you free,  but sometimes the truth is the iron bars,
I never believed in santa as a kid I don’t have a story to tell about how I find out the tooth fairy isn't real I don't know if it was because I watched too much tv
4 years agoI found something I didn’t know.It would change my life,Wasn’t sure it was right,Probably explains why I cried,Felt like I didn’t have a soul. It took seventeen yearsAnd seventeen years of fearBut in the mirror of my integrity,There wer
Every day is a battle, every year a war. I am your son, your daughter no more. Please, I beg thee not to cry,
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