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To Whom This Concerns

O' dying hope to dissolve it's own flame;
it's glow becomes a memory ember
To whom this concerns that I place the blame
of grand attempt that thee shan't remember
A face in the crowd to just disappear,
a name just syllables in the air left,
carefully planned words to fall on deaf ear
that slowly secretly leave me bereft
Where the flame burns for one out of many
the rest are nothing but smoldering ash
Words could forgive if thee to give any
yet sadly from grief at thee I do lash
To whom this concerns, I find thee to blame
Deep the sorrow, you've extinguished my flame



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