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Allow me,

Allow me,
Allow me to lace these man,
For what he said was not the good wishes,
Allow me to see the good side of life,
These people so cruel like sick capers,
Allow me to be the legend that is Truthful,
For many are liers out there,

My attitude was going for Ruin's,
I think that my story was not good that moment,
Even now Iam going for the ladder of Happiness,
For the Time's so crucial,
That I sit on the computer and write something new,
Maybe words that I never heard,
Outside there are the liers and murderous,
Those who practice a lie,
Their Unfair stories is to ruin an Innocent creature,
Must be knowing all they did to me,
Imagine that Iam never sorry for all my mistake's,
I must come to realise that I need a Veil Protection,
Lamb Veil,
That will make me see the Armour of Faith,
Moses crossed the Red Sea,
But more is coming that is Deadly,
It was done and it's coming back with the greatest Command,
That love is an Existence for Humanity for Redemption,
Death is only what we need to Conquer.

Submitted: Friday, March 28, 2008
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