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Henrik Zar Nonaas

Rookie (4th of November,1987 / Bergen, Norway)

Fear Between the Ripping Stars


By the distant horizon they came for us
They took our souls, they took our lives
We tried to fight, and fight we did
But did it matter, it never did
We hid among the thorns in spring
And gave to you my favorite ring
And when they dragged me down the stair
I felt the evil creeping fear
I lost my sense, I lost my thoughts
And drifted on a sea of ghosts
The light is gone, it won’t return
My heart is dead, I watched it burn

Submitted: Thursday, July 18, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 18, 2013

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