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Curtis Brown

Rookie - 71 Points (march 8 / chicago)

Forbidden world


As the sun rise
My heart Settle
Start beating slow
As if time its self is slowing down
Feeling the breeze of the wind
Smelling the flowers in the field
Feeling one with nature
Feeling lost In happiness
But with tears in yo eyes
Because you know the truth
This peaceful world
Is forbidden to you
That its a forbidden world
Were only the righteous go to

Submitted: Tuesday, September 03, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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