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The Sigh Symphony



Don't you speculate
Just leave it to fate
I do truly appreciate
But life is such a barricade

My heart yearns for solitude
In the greatest length magnitude
Forgive thy change of attitude
Time lost in a long commute

Am at the point of no return
Down to ashes and badly burned
Not sharing this emotional burden
White blood innocent drown in devotion

I'm my own worst enemy
Tell me if you found me haphazardly
My soul solace? the sigh symphony
Maybe someday, I'll find my way eventually
Till then will you wait for me?
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Submitted by equilibrium on January 13, 2013

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