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Anger and Pity

Anger and Pity

You look for events and people to blame. You backtrack on happenings and ask yourself why you; because no matter how much try to calm down, you just can’t.

It drains your dreams and wishes you had always wanted, snuffing out the light and leaving you out of the loop with your most noticeably terrible considerations. It suffocates you with uncertainty.

You will ended up pointing the finger back to yourself as no one will at any point get what it seems like, and it's presumably my flaw.

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