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Memories from the past, fall in place
Thee clear taste of life
Chosen to follow
all by Yourself, I am nowhere
Twirl my Hair in deep thoughts

Soul has became this bottom
Chasing my memories with self doubt
The inner truths are hidden
Empty Wavelengths nearing a microwave
scared of thy actions I face

Heading home for this break
All the same, no change, when idol
The suffer I witness
pretend to follow your plastics
inside burning my soul into mold

deep inhalation of depression
try to pretend I am average
they speak the same in treason
trapped in this anxiety
I Stutter uncontrollably

Try to speak
Thy Name
Crist. Crist. Crist. Christoopher.
I am
head down to silence, they reacted

Deny what I become
try to find the words
desire the speech I know inside
cannot divide the barrier between
I am what I have become

Hide, I hide from this world
creation is only my faults
the knuckles of tension dissolve
hold it all in my back
the words are hidden beneath this tired mind



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The following comments are for "Speech Therapy"
by NucleusFire

Speech
I like what you've done here, I can sense the frustration. A person trying to communicate and the body is not cooperating. Very nice!

( Posted by: HeRoCoMpLeX [Member] On: October 9, 2009 )





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