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Souls intertwine

Tears soothe heart's sorrow A shoulder to lean heals the weak. No soul seals the heart’s pore The self only pictures its gore. Humanity needs a shoulder to cry on, As a star needs a night to shine. Souls intertwine. No man fills an island Even testos do ease in she hand. Sole forage piles up to forlorn. A prowl without Devine to call on Scare's chirping birds the jungles pawn Like bush foliage raffled and blown The weaklings and rats scrum In nature fear and tantrum But real prey pray to God. No good the groping of blind Endeavor on your own The devil your soul will bind. The abyss of hell you drawn On bare a seed you're sown, Blown by route less gust wind, On the dumps yourself will find.

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