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Aug 2018
He's not what you think,
And he pretends you know.
The more he confiscates the worry,
The more it seems to show.
He's walking around the lies,
As they pile against his skin.
So at night; he'll break the doors,
And flood out what's within.
Pressing the lock into his throat,
He glides the key straight to his heart.
Stop the plane in his head,
Before it can depart.
He's convinced this plain is unwelcome,
Underlying a helpless glow.
This seed planted inside him,
fixes fears no one truly knows-
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Carson Alexander Defelice
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Carson Alexander Defelice  16/M/FL
       Screaming-Tides, M, Lynnia, Chrissy Ade, Diya and 4 others
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