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Jacob Hill

Rookie (May 15,1994 / Omaha NE)

In My Soul


In my soul I can see
There is an angel-
Fallen; like me,


Come my angel, fallen from heaven. Come to me, stand by my side.
Come my angel, of death and war. Come to me, show yourself to me.
Come oh mighty angel, with wings of feather. Come tell me the way.
Angel of mine, I know your there. Come to me, show me where.
Angel that has the same soul as I, come to my side.
Angel I call, I call to you. 
I give my word, an oath to you, with my blood I'll make it true.
Forever be with me, my angel my soul. Come and speak to me.
Come but never leave, your body and mind I shall always need.
With this oath I send to you, I bind my soul and spirit to you.
Come my angel wrap me in your wings. Our lives shall be one.
Talk to me show me your face, show me your mind show your power.
Allow me to wield all of these things, I call to you.
Come to me, be by my side for eternity.
Accept my call, grab you mighty katana, take my blood.
Come my angel, your straight I feel.
My soul is yours as yours is mine.
Here my name, my blood I shall sign.

Submitted: Monday, May 02, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, May 17, 2011
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