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Rozina ...


Have No Say


Do you really feel the right -
With what you did at night?
You know i won't hurt no more
I just hope i left you saw

I hope you cant ever sleep
I hope you cry and forever weep
Fall to the floor and take a breath
Cause I'm sure you're not far from death

I hope mum gets set free
And finds the same happiness as me
I hope she finds a real man like mine
That can hold her tight and make her fine

I wish you dead each day
Its the only thing for which i pray
I hope you world falls a part
As mum gets a fresh new start

As for my sister i hope she sees through -
Through the hurt that makes you, you
I hope she makes her own life
And one day becomes a happy wife

I hope you die slow an in pain
Lose control and go insane
Leave this world and rot away
Lose your voice and have no say

Submitted: Monday, October 22, 2012
Edited: Monday, October 22, 2012

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