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Constriction Conviction

Constriction Conviction

A Poem by RFDIII
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You have a choice.

"



Writhe against the chains enough, you'll quake the earth - make it rain.
Die in metal's hollow hold, there'll be no ache, swallowed whole.
But lying in those binds at night, fading 'gainst the dying light
Can't you question "is it right?"
Or have you have no soul?

© 2013 RFDIII


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RFDIII
This is a short poem. It is meant to be short and to the point.

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Interesting. Good write.
Is this meant for a woman who belongs to another man?
Just curious.

Posted 6 Years Ago


RFDIII

6 Years Ago

It could really be applied to anything - the root is addiction. Love, drugs, anything.
Matching Socks

6 Years Ago

Ahhhh, ok. See I took it to mean that the binds at night were the marriage bonds, a marriage that i.. read more

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Added on December 15, 2013
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Tags: choice, conviction, constriction, purpose, introspection

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