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Morgan Siegel

Rookie - 49 Points (27/06/1996 / New Zealand)

Vindicated Light


...Whispers... shallow whispers...

Fallow thoughts raise monsoons within.
Trickles slip away... waving goodbye...

...I stare away... into the esoteric...

Reminiscent vibrations cackle away.
Blotting absence into solidity.
Lepidote swarms diminish prospect.
Scarlet trepidation corroborates perception.
Purified lethality holds back barely.
Reveberating progeny out into the bleak...

...Safe and Calm would be an understatement...

Malice spawns throughout the reality.
Belaboring internal resolve into aught.
Prodigality mass stems ubiquitous.
Griping virago swelter the atmosphere...

...The Cold Black flies quickly...

Amiable spur condemned vigor.
Confusion depletes apathetic tide.
Centre extracts tamable passion from unstable lust...

...My decision lies before me...

Numb ardour spawns primal impulse.
Blatant daze throngs ambiguity.
Shrieking abrupt resonates dread.
Rough coils around... a chasm convenes... a halt snuffs the light...

'Forgive me Father for I have sinned.'

Submitted: Friday, October 11, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 11, 2013

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...A Teenagers last moments...

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