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 Obvious Unknown


translucent intervals of perishing lands
ingrown dirt will discover their demands

darkness devours desperate thinking
surface erodes precious drinking

enduring pleasures of plasmatic auras
violet inclusions of depending explorers

creature liquefies earths disease
potent silence screams with ease

emotionless wandering leaving wake
crawling purity senses mistake

twitching declined undecided paths
inner instruments embrace their laugh

let triumphant veins pump mercury mud
discover absorbing flames rendering crimson blood

roman pools reflect my skin
look at me now - I'm living within





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