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Eternal Loneliness
Author: Carly

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I grew up in a home full of
distortion and tears
and if theres anything i know
its how to face your fears
A neglective family and a
addiction to pain
It's world war three with a
strange suicidal gain

As I look forward to the
gloomy horizon
I tell my self not to
listen to all the lies and
I know that all this is a
Documented reality
But I can't help my self
Im slowing down you see

so take all this pain
And throw it away
Cuz I now know
what its like to stay awake
in the darkness of my soul
and the hopes of the dead
i look back as i
lay my head
on the cold cement of the
quiet street
this is how I live now

So I walk to the corner for an
Internal Awakening
And I look up to your throne
Like your some kind of king
And I sit and wonder why did my life
End up like this
So run away from what this world
Seems to bring me
And I bring myself to believe
That I can dream
But i force myself to listen
to the democracy
So I sit here and I wonder why
Did you ever leave me

so take all this pain
And throw it away
Cuz I now know
what its like to stay awake
in the darkness of my soul
and the hopes of the dead
i look back as i
lay my head
on the cold cement of the
quiet street
this is how I live now

so take all this pain
And throw it away
Cuz I now know
what its like to stay awake
in the darkness of my soul
and the hopes of the dead
i look back as i
lay my head
on the cold cement of the
quiet street
this is how I live now

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xx (172.137.106.129) -- Tuesday, June 22 2004, 03:10 pm

umm

no words can say how much i injoyed this poem
 
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