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On Tears

Tears is the break of my brow,
The moony tempestuous
Sitting downIn dark railyards
When to see my mother's face
Recalling from the waking vision
I wept to understand
The trap mortality
And personal blood of earth
Which saw me in'Father father
Why hast thou forsaken me?
Mortality & unpleasure
Roam this city'
Unhappiness my middle name
I want to be saved,-
Sunk'can't be
Won't be
Never was made'
So retch!



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