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Light comes out as the dawn begin

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Introduction

Light comes out as the dawn begin I open my eyes I feel the heat with in my soul I know they all aren't lies I carry my way throughout the day I walk out side that door I see the sun I feel the heat And then I see you I see you there in front of me Silent as the stone ...read more.

Middle

no care I look at you You look back at me I silence You glare I say nothing You glare I could never understand you You know me so well I wish some times if you'd speak to me But all you do is glare I look at the sky, so blue and clear Then I look at you so pale and bare The ...read more.

Conclusion

hurt for you it means Your golden hair, your thick dark lines Your bruises scares and cuts I may not know what your past is, but I only know the dreams The things that haunt you day and night The things you hate the most Thus I have no idea what they are to you They seems to be nothing to you but ghosts ...read more.

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