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Feral Conglomerate

Feral Conglomerate The love i never knew But always wanted For so long i hunted And once it was clear in view It wasn't worth the bullet It wasn't who's desire, what it was Setting seas a-fire, butt because The beauty was little more than makeup deep The mascara and fake smile were cheap The waves crashing down left a trail black and brown But your unsinking smile saved your skin To let you burn the seas again It wasn't the perfection, or the pure Nor solely the inflection of allure Or the allusion of a life gone by Not acknowledging the tear in my eye That's falling for my youth Let down by the truth The love i always knew But never wanted Til i was out of view Came back to be confronted It wasn't the right place It wasn't the right time It never was

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