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Human Error

                            Scarlet scars , an open wound 
                  would summarize this ordeal of suicidal tendencies
                      damaged , the skin bares all frustrations
                    giving into temptation once to end deppression
               and such destruction might've avoided past difficulties
                              by arousing suspicion 
                       yet it's what treatment can't heal
                  fears clearer to caring eyes,then to herself
                    and an inherant wealth of personal pain 
               weighed hurtfully...emotional gravity...heart vacancy
                     relatives' deaths and unrealized dreams
                   pretentious display,is the envogue manner 
                   keeping conversational inappropriates hidden 
                  Her social diet quiet meditation ,journaling ,
                        asian tea and ancient medecinals 
                          experimentation's spiritual
          hoping their chemistry could suppress or at least ease insanity
                  yet impatience proves otherwise..narcotic overdose
                 to no one's suprise , modern news kills shock value 
                          which death's your pleasure 
                       the wiser transcend...human error 


  

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