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Repent – Heather Mirassou

So sexy before the shadows Like silk against the light Passion unbreakable Gummed above the grave Be watchful There are ghosts under the mist Shining awake Saying goodbye A phone ringing somewhere For how long Forget to go home Wondering … Continue reading

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One Dirt Grave – Heather Mirassou

She was only fourteen Happy and vibrant Awaiting her first kiss Not noticing who was watching Her neighbor odd but friendly Obsessed with her loveliness Coerced her to stray from safety She fell into a pit Dug well ahead of … Continue reading

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