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There was a boy in the casket.
He had brown hair and brown eyes
There were flowers in a basket,
But his life was filled with lies.
But still everyone cries for him
He was killed by a man named Tim.
The lies that filled his dismal life,
Was that he was hurting inside.
His parents filled him with strife,
But he looked up at them and sighed
He was beaten and abused.
He left everyone confused.
There was a desperate girl there.
She has held her love from him.
So her heart was filled with despair
All she could think of is who is Tim?
As blood covers his old clothes.
As the wind against his face blows.
But Tim walks in the room where he lies.
You can see his face filled with guilt,
But still he tries to disguise
As he covers him with a quilt.
The girl sees the evil in him.
As the sky begins to become dim.
The girl begins to walk to Tim.
She looks at his face one more time
And screams, “You are the one who killed him!”
But you see he was filled with crime.
But the boy couldn't have been a bother.
But you see, Tim was his father