A Paradox (Vol.5) - Poem by Az' Versifier
My inside human is lost somewhere,
In the town of unknown name,
Or in that hell's sphere,
To burn in the hatred's flame.
In my heart a devastation spread,
Scarce of love and full of hatred,
Devoid of ruthness and ruthless bite,
My heart became a devilish site.
None is mine I think whenever,
I realize my affinity with somewhere,
And a deathly silence I begin to hear,
That's full of devilish grins and fears.
Someone beckon, that I wish,
From this hell of deathly home,
To come out through and here live,
The paradox race of my beautiful "Rome"!
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