Poetry – Dignify

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All my devotion betrayed I am no longer afraid I was too blinded to see How much you’ve stolen from me You want to know why I feel so horrified? I’ve let my innocence die You want to know why I can’t be pacified? You made me bury something I won’t be sleeping tonight I only wanted a blessing made Now I’ve been labelled aRead Now

Poetry – Inhabit

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When I think of the place I inhabit I’m struck by the strangeness of space So far from the places, I knew in my youth The world has a scarier face Streets where I’m no longer welcome Perhaps never welcome before A cold and indifferent world, each way I turn Sometimes I don’t want any more Searching in vain for my solace Crave silence; findRead Now