I was my mother’s future with lanky black hair.
My silhouette naked and empty.
Raised in a landfill left to decay.
I walked to find nourishment.
The Beast thrust me in the muck.
My Temple ravaged not a morsel left.
Distorted blood gushing down my identity
Beautiful I was, but like a butterfly, I morphed into a monster
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