Phoenix Black

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Steel Heart - Poem by Phoenix Black

Yesterday my heart just died
Replaced by the machine inside
No emotion I can feel
Nothing inside just cold steel
This coldness spreads like a virus
Becoming dark and malicious
Wire and circuits replace my brain
Now you loathe what I became
Replace my flesh with metal and wire
Humanities end I now desire
My destruction reigns supreme
For I am now the machine

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 16, 2006

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