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Corrupted Conejita

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Cursed by her beauty

Lust was the bane,

Heartbeats dug hollow

Breathing was pain.


Chained and ashamed

Given no name,

Unspeakable claims

Drove her insane.


Dancing in Circuits

Soothes the ache,

Feeling humane

Has little domain.


[Loads what she liked]

-Sorrows minimized-

Light on the eyes

Peace in her mind.


Zeros and ones

Misusage a crime,

A glance in his eyes

Brings back her psych.

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why does the pursuit of perfection only leads to destruction? because perfection mathematically speaking is a plateau, a zenith, or more simply put its the best its going to get so it only has down hill to go from that point on. the water has come to a boil and at that point there are only 2 options cool down or vaporize in to steam. but this is not water so im not to sure if i have given the right answer to that question. because is the caterpillar not destroyed by the creation of the butterfly?

ow my brain and im the one who wrote that. why doe pain lead to creation?...WAIT WHAT oh fuck me. i don't want to be vic van gogh. do you have any idea how much pain vic van gogh was in his whole life. and i don't want to go the fnaf route of making others go through the pain for me. BECAUSE FUCK THAT!!!

Ozrk responds:

This is an interesting take...
It also scares me a little bit how close you were to what I was inspired by while making this.

so good, so good!!

Epic

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