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9/9/2012 c1 52BlameMyMuses
Wow, the imagery! Straight away you just get sucked into the poem, into the desperate race of the person reaching for the light.

The futility of the persons journey is clear through out. I also liked the second voice, the bolded voice, the voice that holds all the power and is essentially playing with the person.

The only thing I'm not exactly sure on is which of the seven deadly sin this piece is about. Maybe because alot of the sins are very similar in nature, i.e. greed, lust, gluttony. So, I'm guessing for this it was either greed or lust, possibly?

Regardless, lovely use of language.

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