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What more can I do?
I've lost you, I've lost you.
The tides came in and took you,
Consumed you, and swallowed you whole.

The husk that returned,
It wasn't you, it wasn't you.
What is this fossil of a friend,
Changed, possessed before me?

I felt I could trust this husk once,
But you lied, but you lied.
No more than a fool,
More foolish than you, was I.

No more a man than a boy,
Filthy pig, filthy pig.
The tongue of a liar
Is forked for deception and hypocrisy.

You never listened, never heeded,
Poor fool, poor fool.
Whether right or wrong,
A friends consideration was I needed.

Yet the ocean spat you back out,
Foul taste, foul taste.
And returning meant little to you,
Wearing the cold rusted armor of apathy.

What more can I do?
I've lost you, I've lost you,
Find me again
when you've found yourself.
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kiki1690 Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2013  Student Writer
loved it! very good
GrubbsWriting Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you thank you!
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