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The Empty Box

By itsnotnatural All Rights Reserved ©

Mystery / Poetry

Chapter 1

A box emptied of it's contents
Long forgotten
In a locked room
That I don't dare enter
For fear that I'll 
Remember to fill it

Somewhere in the dark depths that is
Things I shouldn't know
Things I don't want to see
With that the door
Shall remain closed

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