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Diana's Fire

long have I wandered through waxes and wanes, fire cast of love's primal seduction songs from afar bearing storms of white stars forming only to seek new construction. while long are incisions among stolen visions cutting through all my rest and my sorrows lying deep in the heart bleeding quiet apart search the scarring of slain vain tomorrows so weary with time I can never afford clustered heartbreaks that rend sad affection born to quell all but truth I still sadly achieve lessened horror insane desecration it withers my hide from this quest far and wide as the grains of feign life slip away still I feel I must know what remains in my soul as I sample true beauty today fair innocent love warms cold ill gotten breath as my mind fills with pure adulation unwittingly casting out strength from a god dressed as frustrated wanton privation just to say that I want her forever to miss her are deeds saved replete with desire drowned alone in love's purest and cruelest division dethroned as I stoke this old fire

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