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Please take into account I write for myself and sometimes the "Threads" throughout the piece gets frayed and goes in many directions. So read on if you wish.

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In times of pain I feel all dry force is needed just to cry. Crying is release of pain, but in these times its hard to obtain. Is it a deficiency in my physical being or did someone crush my inner inocence. Innocence can never be found once it is lost. I am lost with no where to go how do I find my way without some hope? Hope of tomorrow, hope of the future, anything to help me get to the next day. Day after day, month after month I am always dreaming of the next tomorrow. What will happen if I look back on my life and realize I never stoped to enjoy, always looking on to the next. The next party the next test, the next hook up, whats next? When will life slow down to a pace I am willing to take? Will going without breath with no time to slow be all thats left of tomorrow, will seeing the people I love and know cause me greif and sorrow? Thinking of only the future is consuming time you could use on today, showing some love, taking some time, just to be with the company you care to share.


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