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Transmission Ended
by Eric Thomas Weaver

Ascending past
Your swaying embrace
almost break me
try to take me
Your hidden black ace
With muffled eyes
I swept out my heart
travel down 
your frown

When does my life start?
I am here
No longer stretched thin
ignore the tap 
of your cold trap
I control your grin
My manipulation dance
Raised from it's catacomb-
commit to what?
your strings I cut
Expel you from my dome
The groove is gone
Transmission ended
feeling flu?
caught the blue?
I'm doing splendid!
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Poem ID: 27851   Poem Posted: 3/4/2000
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