Non-existent Perfection

(Erika Poling)

"Progress, not perfection." The best advice ever.

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Face blue, holding my breath Yelling at you, cardiac arrest Ended in a sudden death Now, flowers bloom And trees grew brand-new After an evil force threw And torched Fire towards our love, our forrest Us, we’re a wreck Face Pale Veins visible through your neck And brazed branches fell Amazed, I stumbled, tripped And hit my head There’s nowhere to run We couldn’t XXXXXX XXXX X XXXXXXX XXX XXXX XXXXXX XX XXX XXXXXX XX XXX XXXXXX XX XXXXX XXXXXXXXXXX XXXXX XXXXXXXX XXX X XXXX XX XXXXXXXX

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