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Words of a dead scholar

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Words of a dead scholar

You take the road I never had taken before,

a lock set with no keys only for two endless doors,

Grasses a withering in the wind and the rain,

a breath left short of a loves unsober insane,

for my hands in my fortune and I ran from mt fame,

if you are my hero then make me see,

what is left of your heartless glory that stands before me,

as painful as this love with a sting like a bee,

for dying wishes of this lady that dwell in the sea,

what's luster of a tale as tall and so shy

the price for the journey that left me to die,

a secret so cold, 

to when we ask why,

from the touch of the man that fell from the sky.



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