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benjamin bueno


Swoon Endlessly


From the inside out. The cause is so plainly just. The anchor of all the world. Terrible things happen across the globe. Issue after issue. Wave of fear. Trust but verify. You make my heart sing and melt. The sweetness of doing nothing. Religion is the opium of the masses. Swoon endlessly. Thinking the girls are real jerks. Beware evil doers. Wherever you are. Those voices began to grow dimmer and dimmer. Let me love you a long time. Faster and better. And sometimes your sanity. Its a better experience than the last. The fog of war. Absent from power. Law of the land. The heart of a heartless world. Where are you? The whip it post. Can you follow the policy? Late night on the high seas. Fire back in self defense. You can't stop loving someone. It's up to the jury to determine the wage of sin. Tears came to his eyes. The architect of this tragedy. The thing you use to protect yourself, destroyed yourself. Talk to me about regret. Hopefully i can prove to them one day it was just a mistake. The wreckage is forever. Nothing will keep you from that special place in hell.

Submitted: Saturday, September 07, 2013
Edited: Sunday, September 15, 2013

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