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winter's monologue

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winter's monologue

Where is the love gone? 
You used to hold me when I shed my tears
Slowly breathing in my fears
Safe I felt till dawn 

Why did you go away? 
I lay still hoping for you to come back
My heart aching as it turned coal black 
Head in my palms I pray 

At night I wait for you 
Visions of you keeping me sane 
As I break in two 
A soul, broken by all never the same 

Pieces lay piercing the skin you once touched
 Where I’m Screaming and torturing till night
 A soul no longer white 
In the arms of death clutched 

Before long I step into the light...

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