Charles Hice

Rookie (May 13 2004 / Heaven)

Group or INdividual


they say it this way they say it as the truth they say it with malice and lots of before thought thinking they say it to be crude
WE are doing something WE are going places WE are the party YOU should not hang around here when WE leave you had better take off two
eye cannot think of anything worse then death you did not let me be in life a member of the group and so it shall be in my death
a dead lost lonely INdividual
killers haters form the group
one person does object himself
he is not welcome at the club
he is now ostracized
he is not welcome in the group
he is much much better off then them
alone is better then the group
alone
bizarre an INdividual
better then a group
better then a stupid group
athinking not defiled by others killings markings wishings all are mine no time for hate relate to live and love mhy fate

Submitted: Thursday, July 11, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 12, 2013

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two days added the ending today can you tell were the break is at

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