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Arched towards the path your wings have carved Wherever it goes it summons unspeakable evils. Should I fall, will I find refuge in a carving? "You’re shivering like dying coal." Tampered with and deceptively waxen I fed the salt crests the venom of the skin Severed from your back when you turned into a lark "It’s forgiveness that you seek yet lack." "It’s all part of my plan." you said "Run fast and follow me into the woods of unrest." I raced tragedies before my world began. "I’ll offer you a choice once you turn around." I chased the year and ended up in circles Mending wounds that endlessly come but never leave. I didn’t make it back like you have said. "Say no more and put your brothers to rest." #1844: WINGS © Jake Ponce [October 20, 2014, 8:21pm]



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