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Author Name: Freesatishverma 0 Comments
Date Added: May 19, 2019 21:05:01 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Category: Inspirational Add To Favorites | Text Only
 
Fever Returns
Death wil wash 
the feet of truth. 
Grass, where the blood spilled 
has gone for sale. 

A pink eye stalks 
the night in dark 
humility. You know 
moon was rising. 

A melting pot rips 
apart the ghost. 
Besottled I celebrate 
the arrival of flames. 

Thirsty, you throw the 
ice cubes on the ramp. 
Butterflies are going to 
visit the altar.
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