Shadow Vanity

Rookie - 0 Points (09/30/94 / Small Town USA)

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The girl with a thorn in her side hides behind the hatered, there lies a murderus desire for blood and retrabution, the man she loves left her flat on her ass alone and broken, only he can save her from the destruction that she feels is nessasery to cause herself, but he walks away letting her kill herself slowly, one night she can't take it and grabs the knife that use to spread around her feeling, slowly she drags it acrost her neck. no more tears to stain her beautiful tear staind face. no more crying herslef to sleep at night, no more pain, just the dull throbbing she feels as she slips away

Submitted: Monday, April 15, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 03, 2013

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  • Rookie Kelly Seale (5/16/2013 6:45:00 PM)

    the knife she uses to spread around her feelings...cutting here and there...leaving new marks of wonders to marvel at... and then tempting...testing the limits...until the limits are finally broken, and you know...there are no take-backs! ; -) So Dark and...my word again- Intense.; -)
    -Kelly. (Report) Reply

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