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The air of discontentment emanates with in me.

The softness of her gentle lips cut deeper than the depths of the trenches below our best interests.

Eternal agony and torment is all that I get and all I deserve for as long as this world turns.

My unyielding loyalty brings me to sin toiled toward an enigmatic end.

The breath of her weighs heavily upon my remaining soul, for there is but one to which it can control.

The countenance of which the depths of sorrow depravely follows towards the benevolent tyrant.

Upon my eager bosom lies the shattered mirror scorned by the flames of remorse.

The agonizing guilt of my actions burns me to flammable ashes to turn towards the fallen Gods of all left in vain.

Never again shall my prior persona draw breath from the fountain of blistering pain, for she no longer exists.

My soul has been born anew, but the weight of my past life still burns quiet yet deadly.

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