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I thought it was high time to come back and fix this up a bit. I was looking at this and remembered that I was only fifteen when I wrote it...wow, that seems like such a long time ago.

In a dream full of night
In a moon full of loneliness
And despair
I awoke
And thought of how easily people
Bruise or say they do
But how
In the dead of night they
Will lose their inhibitions.
( I think you are made out of air.)

The dreams of a century are there
The thoughts of a nation
The story of a generation
But they donít know where
Dreams they can't catch don't exist
You donít really exist.
(I think you are made out of air.)

I loved once (yes, you were there)
I cured your cancer once (and it bit me)
I took your pain once ( but you hit me)
I saved your country once (you just laughed.)
(I think you are made out of air.)

I killed you once ( you thanked me)
I killed myself once ( cyanide flow free)
I died happy (knowing what Iíd done)
(I think you are made out of air.)

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by senoritaburrito

air
Like the vanishing fog, stories, bounds, borders, carrots dangling on sticks break down to air. I keep returning to this piece and it's high time I give it the 10 it deserves

( Posted by: Dew Of Blood [Member] On: April 12, 2006 )





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