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This is about a guy who left me for someone else More importantly it's about someone who I let take control over me. And the hardships that has caused me.

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Wow. very powerful imagery. nice work


Warm green light emerges from your eyes
Iím drenched in your ray of beauty
Satiate my soul
Flow through my veins
Handcuff my mind
Take me captive
I surrender
But your heart fits too many keys
I watch in vain as a red image illuminates into view
Your green eyes turn brown as you intertwine with this new beauty
Her body sways up and down into your wave of deception
She locks into you
I scream
But apathy resides
Lies streaming from your mouth roar in my ear
Untie me

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