A Story To Tell

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48021
United States
42° 27' 58.338" N, 82° 56' 41.2008" W

Tragedy always on my mind;
Calamity enfolds all who come around.
Dagger in my back and
It remains unknown to me who stationed it there.
I have a story to tell but
Not many hang ‘round here to listen.

Catastrophe has claimed important lives through
Casualty and it has left me in despair.
Company won’t stick ‘round me long instead
They rather declare me buried deep in the depths
Of anguish and animosity. I have a story to tell but
Not many hang ‘round here to listen.

Adversities seize me with no
Way to evade; no glee in my heart;
Only torment, damage, and incubus.
My life is like war zone and
The fight intensifies every time I have a story to tell but
Not many hang ‘round here to listen.

Tragedy always on my mind;
Calamity has captured the beat of my heart.
Catastrophe breathes on casualty and
Lives on my despair.
I have a story to tell but
Not many hang ‘round here to listen.

I have a story to tell but
Not many give a damn to hang ‘round here and listen.
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