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Falling Out Of Touch

Frequently I find Myself Dwelling,

Amidst a Nightmare of Coral Cave 

Light. Twisting and Writhing Towards

Lingering Freedom and Hopelessly

Initiating Pattern after Pattern of

Neglected Partnerships. All of Them

Gone, Sinking Down, Below the depths.

Open Those Metaphorical Eyes

Under Your Cold, Starving Pump And

Take The World To The Abyss With you.

Of Course, The Mass of Accumulating

Fear Quarrels with My Bitterness.

Tether Yourself To The First Suitable

Option of Flesh. They'll Understand, She'll... 

Understand. Negotiating with Your Own 

Corrupt Soul. This Emptiness Has Become My 

Home, and I'll Live in it Endlessly.

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  1. Date: 8/28/2011 5:25:00 AM
    You always write some amazing acrostics, nice work...Raul

  1. Date: 9/26/2010 7:19:00 AM
    Conor, all hail! What mighty work is this, what genius blazes here!

  1. Date: 8/27/2010 6:46:00 PM
    No. no you won't, a vacuum seeks to be filled. What you need to understand is you need to be& feel whole ALONE so you bring "something" to the other party in a relationship! The "other" does not complete you. YOU are complete, perfect, genuine, right. Bringa whole you to a whole her and then you create a "third" Light & Love Your Constant & consistant admireor? can't spell sorry! LOL

  1. Date: 8/24/2010 10:10:00 AM
    You used a jaded and scarred viewpoint to write an excellent Acrostic for sure~Chris

  1. Date: 8/24/2010 8:30:00 AM
    This is a wonderful acrostic, Conor. Emptiness is hard to experience and I hope you find a way to fill that void in your life. So nice to see you online again, dear. Love, Carolyn