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'Til Death Do Us Part
The hurt in me swells up like toxic fire,
Enveloping me in a lethal smoke.
My screaming heart is pushed into barbed wire.
The snake around my neck constricts to choke,
All to destroy the flame of burning love.
My silence screams so loud but is unheard.
My only hope is my Savior from above
To hear my cries and think me not absurd.
The lion in my chest claws violently,
Scraping at ribs to make the sweet escape.
Pink hearts turn black with frost bite fears, slowly
Caking on veins, like a most evil tape.
Pale skin turns cold with an unbeating heart.
The smoke has smothered. 'Til death do us part.