The Queen's Dagger
A dream that I fear
will never come true.
They tell me I'm insane,
they tell me I'm to blame,
they tell me that even if I try,
I will not reach the sky.
They are the voices inside me.
The demons fighting to rule
this mind I call my own.
But I fight.
Yet they still persist.
A dream that I would
They'll never win.
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