Courtney Steele

Rookie (May4,2009 / Mobile Alabama)

SOMETHING


HOW DO YOU ESCAPE SADNESS & GLOOM?

LIVING IN DARKNESS WHERE SUNLIGHT CAN NO LONGER ENTER THE ROOM

HATES LEAVES A WOUND

INFANTS EXIT THE WOMB

WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT THIS WORLD IT WILL ALL BE CONSUMED

LOCKED IN A TOMB

FOSSILS & SKELETONS

NOTHINGS IRREVELANT

THE IRONY IS THE SMALL CHILD WILL SLAY THE ELEPHANT

PLAY IN THE DIRT

LAY IN THE HURT

LOVERS DESERT THEIR OWN AFFAIR

IF YOU DON'T CARE ABOUT YOURSELF WHY SHOULD WE CARE?

Submitted: Wednesday, March 23, 2011

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