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    Recovery...

    Recovery

    I once knew a so-called friend who tried to deceive me
    Take away my personality destroy my existence
    She was fine and her lips where always sticky
    One simple touch and she could make your brain have an orgasm
    Alternatively, was it I hallucinating under her umbrella of seduction
    Thought she could protect me from the rain she only clouded my judgment
    Leading to my precipitation of mental futility
    Damn she was mean b1tch on a scale from one to ten
    I would rate her twenty because she killed many men
    She tried to take me out during my youth
    Flipping me around acrobatically using me as a recruit
    Transforming my shell to an entity of coercion
    A victim of my own consequences
    Seeing steel bars through my ocular senses
    Then a righteous lighting bolt strikes a mechanism in my cerebral cortex
    Asking God for forgiveness
    How could I destroy myself yet be so senseless?

    I used to take sips of the potion
    Now I strive for mental devotion
    I used to inhale fumes of corruption
    Now I dwell in the light of optimistic seduction

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    very well done...i feel i can relate to this..nicely put : )
    "You may win some, you may lose some, but you'll never be there again"

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    Beautiful use of metaphor, and a great, evocative poem. I think we've all met someone like her (or perhaps a him) sometime in our life.
    "The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its' own reason for existing." ~ Albert Einstein
    "Remember, no matter where you go, there you are." Buckaroo Bonzai
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