Michael McParland (7-19-1983 / Dayton, Ohio)
A Serious Pain
Every time you cross my mind,
an agony begins in my heart and spreads through my insides.
Missing you a coldness like deaths hand creeping in,
slowly draining my life from all known ends.
I'm paralyzed here in a state of shock and loss,
of consciousness like the effect from a concussive blast of internal moral drive being bombed.
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