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A Slight Return

Darkness is my life that apears in
light.
Has it come to just another fix.
The smile does conceal my losing fight.

The music the screams within.
The lies eat away at the man I can no 
longer stand.

Hollow is thy heart.
Crimson stains all that is never held in
hand.

It started a game now it's a curse.
In darkness I speak to you
all I could never say.
The man once known to you.
Has all but faded away.

And as I slip into adictions abyss.
Candle lit memories were taken
with the breeze. 
That killed that romantic glow.

As the stranger who exists in the form
once you did love.
Twist's into a form you cannot understand.

I ask out of love for you to forget.
The monster that haunts this form.

In memories true love we will forever know.
The emptyness of of this life.
And the once splendid candle lights glow. 
In truth we die. 
As we live. 
So must we cry. 

Not every every question has a answer my friends. 
Gonzo.

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  1. Date: 3/23/2010 10:43:00 AM

    So well expressed! Good write. Susan
  1. Date: 3/23/2010 1:10:00 AM

    This is beautiful and going to my favs..Charma
  1. Date: 3/22/2010 12:03:00 PM

    I am enjoying reading fresh poetry today. What a wonderful thing to do on this rainy day. I am so happy your poetry was among what I have read and enjoyed today DR. Love, Carol
  1. Date: 3/22/2010 12:17:00 AM

    Addictions abyss, powerful words, every emotion released in those two words. To know someone fighting that life is to feel those words, you did a great job with this poem. Judy Riley

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