Katherine Sessor

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Lost in a world


Lost in a world that has no faith
It's built by only of misery and hate
I can't get out no matter what I do
But somehow I'll make it back to you

Lost in a world without no love
I wanna be free like the white winged dove
No one hears me when I scream and shout
Someway I will manage to get out

Lost in a world without a home
Everyday I feel frightened and alone
It's like a nightmare feeding on my fear
Somehow I need to get out of here

Lost in a world without a dream
Things here are not what they always seem
There's no truth to be found, but only of lies
To this place I want to say good-bye

Where you are is where I want to be
But what ever happens just remember me...

A girl who is lost and cannot be found
To a place with no light nor sound
To escape, but only to be caught
No matter how much she has fought

No more can I breathe
I just want to leave
I can't take no more
Just show me the door
I don't wanna be lost
I don't care what it'll cost

Some day I will return
And by then I'll have learned
No matter how far you are from me
I'm never lost with you in my mind and heart which you will forever be.

Submitted: Monday, April 28, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, April 30, 2008

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