"The Tortured Poets Department," Taylor Swift's latest album, is a lullaby with daggers wrapped around it. 

On the surface, the 16-track album is relaxing, but if you pay attention to the lyrics, as most Swifties do,   

you'll find a chaotic and complicated stream of consciousness where Swift navigates heartbreak, longing, anger, and self-reflection.  

The album's 12th track, “loml” (Internet slang for “love of my life”), features Swift singing, “I wish I could un-recall how we almost had it all.”  

After singing “love of my life,” she says, “You're the loss of my life.”  

This chapter of the author's life is closed and boarded up. After wounds heal, there's no retribution.  

She said that many were self-inflicted after consideration. “I believe tears become holy when they become ink on a page.  

After sharing our saddest story, we can move on. Only pained poetry remains.”  

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