Writing: A Prism's Haze

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    Jesse

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    A Prism's Haze

    From behind a bed of roses
    I watch the shadows fall as the curtain closes
    And in the darkness begin to hope to dream
    A crevice eviscerating everything that has ever been
    A brand new light birthed into a prism's haze
    A colour spectrum filtered through a specter's maze
    But still the abyss sings about her darkness
    In whispered echoes that begin to coalesce
    An accumulation of the intrusions of a mind
    And a siphon that shreds any memories left behind
    Through this depth, a conscious stream
    This heart eviscerating everything that has ever been
     
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    Erica

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    Gorgeous :)
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    Oh wow.. Gorgeous indeed... I love it!
     
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    Thanks, Liz!
     
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    Great work! Nice imagery there.
     
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    well done...I love the imagery!
     
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    I am displeased with my current English vocabulary.
     

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