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clawdea benat

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I wish to die. begging to be dead.
spare my life in a cotillion soldiers
very sad and useless life
i live to hurt and to feel pain,
i choose to be alone
and here it was the outcome!
cannot give back the time. you can meet again
with the people you know
i wonder if there`s a ``chance`` for me
a chance hopefully to be given, to change my fate
but if it not be granted
i would accept then of who i am now
i would go into the deep sole that no one could touch me
i broke everything and its my fault
i cannot give back the times i have regretted
and i think its over b/n me and my reality
dying alone without pain, without revenge
no future, no goal,
no friend, no love.

Submitted: Saturday, November 02, 2013

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this story is about a futile life for having illness. or futile in one`s person frustration and failure.

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  • Gold Star - 14,468 Points John Westlake (10/10/2014 8:31:00 PM)

    There are many who would say that fate can't be changed no matter what you do. Others will argue that there is no fate apart from what you make for yourself. I would say is that there is NORMALLY a chance to try to change your future if you know how to take it. Nice work (Report) Reply

    Rookie - 402 Points Claudge Ben-at (10/11/2014 1:31:00 AM)

    hi. yes your true. i appreciate your commentary.

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