'Dead Tears' 2/23/09 mon.
could someone, give you back your life
after they have murder you
resuscitate a whole new world
better than the one, you ever new (knew)
wash the stains of blood, from the form of you
base your acute symptom of death and fear
on lies placed on you...
could they gradually, reawaken
the parts of you that are soullessly deficient
in your weaken condition could you ever be hole again...
would you ever be new...
would ghost stop haunting you...
would the living stop paining you...
would you, could you, answer
when your body has not the ability to move
your pain clearly, from others makes it hard to move...
and i want to hold your soul deep and close
and whisper, Yes I know
YES, the pain is great
cry on me, fill me with your dead tears...
and i will lay here deep in the ground
aka: lyricvixen (would not want someone too take there own lives! !)
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