A Place To Die
I fall before the tallest trees...
In the darkest forest...
Loneliness invades my heart
Drowning in the blackest shadows...
I finally have a place to die
In the heart of all evil...
Before the tallest trees...
Hidden behind layers and layers of shadows...
You will never find me.
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