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Daniel Denani


The Dance Of Despair


Feel the sun dancing in the Sky
Feel the weight of the time
Feel the life flying high
And everything walking on the line

You for sure can disagree
You can do it and for free
You can deny the purest dream
‘Cause you don’t know what it means

Against the glory of the way
You can just walk to where you aim
Running fast from all the pain
That you will hide but not forget

‘Cause in the end is who you are
And in the end you are not far
From everything you tried to hide
From everything you tried to kill

While you aim to just forget what you want
You will always remember what you want to forget
And in the end you will see
All the richness you couldn’t see

Submitted: Monday, February 24, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, February 25, 2014

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