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The earth moves beneath you, suddenly!
And the void grows, fast!
You struggle to find hold,
Anything, whatever it maybe..! 
 
But there's only emptiness, air!
That reaches your hands, and feet!
The heart races, the body twitches,
While the darkness just keeps growing..
 
You refuse to see the truth, the light!
That you are lost, and falling!
Falling fast and deep,
Into the void, you were always scared of! 
 
But you wonder,
If it's the void,
Or being pushed to it,
Unexpectedly, but "lovingly" That hurts most!
 
 
 

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