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Love Will Set You Free

When I descend into the darkness that engulfs me

It’s weight bleeding me of peace and joy

You continue to stand strong absorbing my test

My relentless quest to destroy

 

As my layers of pain leak through the cracks

Such bitterness envelopes me

My monster within rears its head and taunts

I’ll never set you free

 

A literal assault unleashes on you

Demands you take heed

You flinch but refuse to surrender

Still solid and sure as can be

 

Shards of bitterness continue to unfold

As my broken soul washes ashore

Yet you cradle me so I can see

You swear your love forever more

 

As your armour of empathy and love endures

The beast smirks with pity and withdraws

I take a deep breath I can believe

Love will finally set me free

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