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Slip sink delve into my mind 

It is warm with mysteries of a horrid kind 

Things that children run from when they find 

A rare eye I have for such a design 

A purpose for which is my secret divine 

Swim dive submerse and breathe in your own time 

A harlequin but not in disguise to patronise but deny 

A room big enough for ten thousand horses to roam wild 

Somewhere to devise deliberate maybe even chastise 

To lament over peoples tears they have cried 

Colourful symmetrical almost like a butterfly 

I see the things that mean so much but I sigh 

I look inside then look at you and why 

Caresses are my favourite and most dangerous lies 

For I can only tell you what you want to hear in life 

Harbouring memories that blind my sight 

The corners remain my darkest side 

A visionary encompasses an artist's eyes 

Reflected in my own convoluted pries 

My destiny is in the worlds own demise.

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