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Aaron Lynn

Wish Upon A Star

As I wish upon a star.
I gaze the splendor from afar.
Revealing all internal scars.
Where the very same tyrant left it's mark.

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Grant Me

Grant me the power to travel.
Years into the faults of today.
The solution, perhaps I'll unravel.
And find endless fields of graves.

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Killing Fields

The past reclaimed!
The modern plague revealed.
March him to the killing fields.
Expire for utopia, skulls in the dirt.
Along with the lifeless materials you're worth.

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Clutches

Explain to me refuge.
From clutches of sadness.
Can I fight for redemption.
Through fields of madness?
Can I sever the hate?
Would it grant myself gladness?
Or am I just wasting my time?

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Reluctant Paradise (Selfless: Part II)

Rising from my body.
A plague that God has slew.
My soul, a vivid elegance.
It shines like morning dew.

Ascending to the heavens.
With reluctance in my heart.
As I know my hope in finding her.
Is lost, a tragic art.

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Madness Infinity

Within the walls of bliss.

Comes a catatonic wave.

Death will not come swift.

Within a melancholic brain.

An opposition to serenity.

Ah, a heart determined coal.

To inflict a lasting misery.

Becomes my everlasting goal.

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Hidden Thoughts

What has come of my life?

What has come of my pride?

I've never strayed from my goal.

Yet, I'm still left in the cold.

I feel a promise of doom.

Beneath the stare of the moon.

Maybe I'm better off gone.

Maybe we're better off gone.

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Nine

Nine.
So mournful.
Yet, dripping with growth.
Give me no mercy, once again.
Nine.
That wretched time.
Away from myself.
Fountain of lies.
That oddity awoken.
A part of me, then, died.
Replacing certainty with unknown plans.
The fear eternally alive.
Nine...

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The Modern Deity

I spoke a volume of countless prayers.
In times prior that I have slept.
I believed in peace, in God, in one.
But then I collapsed and wept.
The truth does stab like daggers.
Upon most tender flesh.
When I found the modern deity.
Was impotent, flawed, and dead.

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God Of Clay

Evangelist! Evangelist!
Bless this creation.
Hero! Hero!
Lead us to salvation.
Godliness! Godliness!
Structured in our image.
Annihilate! Annihilate!
The infidelic visions.

Pitiful, you cannot see.
The gutless error of your ways.
As you blindly build upon.
The horrifying God of clay.

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