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Take_This_Thorn_From_Me

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It digs its way deeper into my being

The blood and pain start to matter less

In the face of the world that has moved on

I must recede, I must diminish

To become more, I must become the least

The least will be most

The meek shall be strong

Destiny appears far off; within my grasp

Contentment ruins promise

Like giving a self-help book to a blind man

An empty gesture, a meaningless thought

Distraction abounds to deter your eyes from the prize

It digs further into who I was, who I am

Becoming who I will be

I fall to my knees; turn to the heavens and in the depths of my dying, I beg

Take this thorn from me...

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