Shannon daffsdffjk

A silent murder

A silent murder
A whispering grave
Voices are spoken
But they all fade away

Left all alone
In this forsaken home
Pictures we'll bare
Lost long voices we'll share

Broken memories of the past
Where too good to last
So pack up your bags
This is your last chance

Voices we long to hear
Are crackled, unclear
And faces we miss
Are long lost in the mist

New people we will meet
Eyes don't leave our feet
For memories from our past
Were built strong, to forever last

Frame your past
Shatter your future
Lose yourself in the moment
Lose yourself in the past
Twisted lives, will forever last

Frame your past
Jump inside
Hate the moment
So feed me more lies

Submitted: Monday, November 17, 2008

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