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Date Added: June 09, 2019 19:06:20 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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No Malaise
I trace the path of murder, reclaiming 
the blood stains 
on grass. Becoming a stranger 
in my own land. 

Stranger? Yes. 
Lead name missing. 
Always wanted 

less than enough. 

I bare my chest 
scrawling a blue butterfly trying to 
unwrap the colour.
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