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The Barren Vine

Barren child, ripened vines

Patchwork a solaced frame

 

Betwixt, the shaded hollows of

Piercing tine and annealed vein

 

Broken bairn, stare not deep,

Unto trespassed eyes lacking name

 

Lest withered rinds braid forth the tokens to

Beckon close the guileful lilt procuring Charon’s flame

 

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Whence unabridged shepherd’s falter liege,

Soundly, fore after, a dawdling wind conspires,

Dredging forth a caustic river’s dry,

Uncovering each misnomers turbidity of desire

 

Imprudent trails falsely shying flocks upon,

The seeded straits of vagary’s dream,

Inflicting thy aspersion’s a latticework of cursed folds

Contrasting derma’s blaze with viscera’s frosted seams

 

 

Of excess, comes a certainty

A surfeit exposed, where engorged

The hunger grows, settling for naught,

Nonesuch less the equally exposed

Quaintly more, than that, of the satiety of human kind,

Often found alone, in the cauldron’s chambers

Where gluttony proudly boasts

 

In seek of remedy; we delve deep,

Clasping insanity’s target arranged,

Bathing in the afterbirths of teardrops,

The masked blatancies in malady,

Hence, eyes alter lens and hue,

Slowly merging away, altering the being

That once thrived beneath a skin so cruel

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About hobgoblin2011

In 2012 I was 370 lbs, dealing with severe spinal injuries and miserable in every aspect of the word. Through hard work, dedication and the installation of self-belief, I changed everything about myself. It took 5 years to become the person I am today and I want to share everything I’ve learned during my transformation. Transformations aren’t solely about weight loss. I’ve learned that to truly transform you must change in many more ways than that. I hope to provide useful tips, information and motivation/inspiration to anyone who needs to make a Change themselves.

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