Numbed in daggers. Choked by silence. Hear my voice it's falling down to the depths of my soul. The demons are coming. I breathe in the darkest corners of my will. My life is crashing to a halt. Breathe. Scream. A loudness is coming that deafens the ears of enemies. Stay awake child, don't forget your mother dear. It strikes out against the ghosts and witches that lay beneath my bed. The demon awakes. The fire is set. Numbed. I stay awake. Tucked in my bed laid with fire and sweat. I cleanse myself. Prayer. It brought no answer to my shaking body. Hold me. The nightmares crawl inside my head. The music quiets the storm. The silence comes. Justice is mine.

I knew I'd survive. Because I saw the rules laid out and nothing could compare. To the amount of loss in that one. I learned a lot from you. I watched you take your life for granted. That's how I knew... I felt your confusion. But you never wanted me to say. So I remained silent. And it haunts me to this day. I WON'T FORGOT! WHAT I LEARNED FROM YOU! AND I'LL JUSTIFY THIS END!

...empty..drink alone, unwanted escape...end up nowhere..nowhere again...alone there, when will i wake up.

Can you tell me what lies ahead when all three years are filled with mass confusion. If we sold our souls to live the plan (it would mean) a life spent on our knees. A broken boy can't lift his head to see this side of brightness. The prices raide and crush the bones that once kept us so young. If everyday (could be a sunny) Saturday. Locked in the situation sometimes you don't know yourself until you reach bottom. Let's all fall apart. At 21. Will I smile and walk away? So I smile and walk away.

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