Silence is my worst fear,
For in silence i think about everything.
The deep, hidden desires,
And all the stupid mistakes.
Horrible memories of pain and betrayal,
along with all those that i've lost.
Silence brings out the worst in me,
The hidden me.
In silence, everyone could see me,
The real me.
Silence is my worst fear.
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