Pullin’ me back : LAUREN DALLAS

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Keeps pullin’

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And there is  image024

image025 wouldn’t you rather just die? 

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Far away 

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And I image037

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Who wants me        to find the way.

No matter     how many times

      I scream

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gEt oUt OF thIs MESS

why is there dirt up their                                                                fingernails?

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Don’t

Think

Too

Carefully

But none of this is existing    

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of    My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy

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LAURENDALLAS

Lauren Dallas is an English and creative writing student in Falmouth University. She mainly writes short stories of the fantasy genre but will occasionally write the odd bit of poetry. Lauren is from Northern Ireland so it isn’t a rare occurrence to see her in a good pub. However, if you want to contact her she’s on Facebook, https://m.facebook.com/lauren.dallas.1?ref=bookmarks and Twitter, https://twitter.com/Lulu_Dallass

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Idontwearahat. says:

    Reblogged this on katiecreativewriterblog and commented:
    This has a crazy amount of creative. It looks good, reads good.

    Liked by 1 person

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