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Jan 2018
some pains
carry a weight
so great that
they rake up
the land, wear
it down
like a war & if
your bones
could speak they
would creak like
a dog left out
in the cold,  
howling into
the wind
whilst everyone
else too
burdened
by their
own minds
doesn't hear the
cries, they are
a sound
in the background,
a white noise
we've learned to
avoid.
katie
Written by
katie  Liverpool
(Liverpool)   
278
   guy scutellaro, ---, Rose, --- and bones
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