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Self-defeat


I keep pulling to free myself From the dead weight Holding me in the past Demons circling around Splitting my pure heart Into shreds for their pleasure I look into the mirror Only to see clouds of black A mist blinding my sight Disguising love as torture That dilutes my core To the point of exhaustion Self-defeat is defeating me As long as I believe it

 

Andrea Lentz is a 30 year old aspiring writer from Austin, Texas, who has been driving away her life in the food service industry for half her life. She is a passionate, (usually) level-headed yet anxious, red-haired, scorpionic human who is determined to succeed while always drumming to a different type of beat than the world is used to.

#demons #heart #free #dead

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