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To what end

                                    
                                   
A Twisted synopsis derived from convenience;
Some convenient colossus of self-righteous grievance,
     Pain unforgotten and never forgiven;
     Void from accounting’s a world made to live in.
It started with lies but at first they weren’t mine;
But fear had me broken and it twisted our time.
       So now it’s let go or crawl in the past;
       But how long must I keep kneeling to the face with a mask.


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