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Let it

Let it be the mournful dream
Sailing through the midnight's eyes
Let it be whispering stream
Calling out all tears and cries

Let it shine till brightness shows
To enlight the darkest heart
Let it shine as we all grow
So we won't get split apart

Let it live inside of us
So we won't loose our way
Let it live from dawn to dusk
To remeber our pain

Let it call the reason out
For stars to shine forevermore
Let it call and cry about
All the reason we died for
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Submitted by shadelady on September 02, 2013

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Karolina Marszałkowska

Hello. I am just one of us , random 20 year old girl that loves to write. I'm writing not to gain fame or respect , just because it brings me happiness. Feel free to read, criticize. All your comments are welcomed cause I'd like to know what you think. ^^ more…

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