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I still feel the crushing weight Of your love in my heart. I sense you waiting calmly To tear everything apart. You've embedded yourself Deep in the dark of my soul; Feeding like a parasite, Slowly taking your toll. I'm no longer yours But I still feel your touch, Lingering like a dormant disease... I hate you so much. Now you hold me captive, Where once you set me free. Your love is a sickness, Tainting everything I see. I wish you'd show some mercy, Please just let me go. Love's pain is so exquisite, And its death is much too slow.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2005

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