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Hello
Said a voice
In my head
I had no choice
Replied back
That was a mistake
One of many 
I would make
From first kiss
To last life
The voice would haunt me
Day and night
Got no sleep
Had no rest
This voice was a test
I fought on
Still as brave as before
A warrior, a fighter, to do right
So i stayed up all night
The voice was lonely in my head
So i made it some friends
Franciene, Samantha and Lilly 
So much fun they had too
Music let me take control
Though sometimes I let them have the role
They loved to act 
They loved to play
I let them out everyday
But one day out of the blue
The first ever voice
Their sanity blew
Never named now i gave them one
Corrupt 
A flaw in a code
Neglected by the others
Now they wait
For a chance
To get back
Waiting
To gain control
I let them sit
I let them wait
I made Katrina
To lift the weight
Katrina helps corrupt cope
They sit and wait 
Full of hope
One day 
Corrupt
You will have a role

Copyright © Summer Arasmith | Year Posted 2019

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