Jazzy Davies

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Anatomy Of Rage - Poem by Jazzy Davies

Sharp darkness, enshrouds,
nerve endings tearing.

A twisting river of magma,
redness floods,
past caring.

Craze fuelled by cruelty,
eyes narowed,

Glass slivers,
feel no pain,
uncontrollably wearing.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 29, 2005

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