sara mubarak



i hate the darkness in the night
i hate the shadow of the lies
i hate the mock starz in the light
i hate the love wen makes a crime
hate is the hateness..... the hateness of blood
the hateness of disaster
the hateness of life
blood of soul
bloud of body
blood of survive
stop loving
stop felling
stop forgiveness
hateness is revenge, revenge for ur soul for ur blood for ur past
the past of foolishness
leave the death ppl whispering in ur earz
the earz of truth the truth of living the truth of hateness nd the last thing the truth of world....
make the disaster by urself make it in ur hands
make ur destiny nd plan for ur life
let ur self do every moment of ur watch
make ur own world
the world that u wanted
world of love nd emotions
world of roses nd starz
world of life nd goodness
make it by u
leave the hateness on the side
be the master of this life.....

Submitted: Sunday, August 17, 2008

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  • Vino Venitas (6/24/2012 3:31:00 AM)

    ok first and foremost I liked this piece, it was direct and made your point. The only issue I have with this is the small mistakes in it. But if you correct them, and if you could find it in you to remove the internet grammar this would be so much better. But that is just my opinion.

    And I for one love the darkness in the night (Report) Reply

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