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Writer's Creek


There once was a time I thought nothing was possible
Until I had come to Writer's Camp and find a place that was hidden
Now I call it Writer's Creek

To the first time I met my love
To the arguments days we had to losing a friend
Welcome Love, Welcome Ruined Friend

The Writer's Creek is the only place that knows my secrets
From dark, sad, depressing, secrets to my whole life
Welcome Secrets, Welcome Writer's Creek

To the time I got inspiration
To arguing and being someone else to forgetting to be my true self
Welcome Inspiration, Welcome Me

The Writer's Creek is the only place that knows my secrets
From dark, sad, depressing, secrets to my whole life
Welcome Secrets, Welcome Writer's Creek

To the last time I was myself while there
To the hard times to the easy times
Welcome Life, Welcome Time

The Writer's Creek is the only place that knows my secrets
From dark, sad, depressing, secrets to my whole life
Welcome Secrets, Welcome Writer's Creek

To the last memory at the Creek
To my crying times to my smiling times
Welcome Memories, Welcome Feelings

The Writer's Creek is the only place that knows my secrets
From dark, sad, depressing, secrets to my whole life
Good-bye Secrets, Good-bye Writer's Creek

Submitted: Sunday, March 10, 2013
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