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There never was a night like this
How could there ever be
Through sweat and velvet misery
The fever race in me
Cornered in a symetrical design
Spherelike chrome on a sea enraged
What the mirror sees
Is the clutching at straws
Taking us under
The storm of the ocean
This velvety crush
Ringcorners- firm in the outrage
Synaptic patterns
Waves contort
Break into these cellular walls
Globes of disease, infest my dreams
Burning the ends of my veins
Pattern and form, the squares cling fast
Dance the tide now

Could never bare another night
Although I know it_ll come
The freezing ends of what is me
The ice rages free
Cornered in a symetrical design
Spherelike chrome on a sea enraged
Take hold of the boundaries
On this perimeter sea
Burn and enflame the oppressors
And if four was one
In a corner alone
Recovering and licking the wounds
Delirium coming
The weakness kicks in
I'm cornered, cornered within



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