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norman ayres


I refuse to go.


The darkness that surounds me now is more heavy than before,
i am sinking very quickly, falling limply on the floor.

you could always help me keep my head above the crashing wave,
from the sadness that im feeling now, only you could save.

everything we ever did was doomed from the start,
i wish i would have never found myself deep inside your heart.

i hide my sadness very well but im depressed than you could now,
one step further in this mess i refuse to go.

Submitted: Friday, April 19, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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she was my everything.

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