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And I remember she wouldn’t wake up. Her lips were mushed together in a Horrible shade of red They buried my mother in a white dress And red lips. And she couldn’t see. Where are your...
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I saw you today, But you're not as I remember. Your eyes no longer sparkle, You've changed since last September. You were so full of life, Yet now you are so cold. Your...
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I can accept Epic failure In papers, and figures In numbers and letters In my own soul My own faith In my whole Life, and in my happiness In the amount of sleep I get, and The quality of...