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Arrogant Bandit Poems
This is the End
Cling to nothing, give in to sin. My heart is bitter and filled with acid. If I could burn your face, I would stand and laugh. No love for you, your words are shit, because of you
Words spoken quickly, but always absorbed. Bitter expression, but waiting for sweetness back.
Slowly the tears fall down, no feelings hurt. No words utter from me. Just tears of regret and
What I Need
Cling to the norm just another robot waiting to be told what to do.
Play and Forget
Vivid memories of how you were raised. Mom and dad issues had no place in your innocent mind.
Lets have a heart to heart trading words from late at night to early in the morning. Its killing me, why can't I go
Spy And Leave
The past is over, but not quite forgotten. The present is now, one must hold on to it.
She rest her warm head gently between the middle of my elbow. Confusion in her face and worry gazing in her eyes.
The sun breaks through the blinds, just enough to arouse the senses. Another day of the unknown, where do we go from here, what does it take, and how much longer must we wait?
I don’t pray because what must be done will get done. I don’t learn because I create based on my desires.
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This is the End
Cling to nothing, give in to sin.
My heart is bitter and filled with acid.
If I could burn your face, I would stand and laugh.
No love for you, your words are shit, because of you
this gun is my gift.
Live for nothing but, death.