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Joey Nissen

Rookie (12-21-89 / St.Paul Minnesota)

Rain Drop Drizzle


I was hit by a lie
In the middle of my palm
In the eye of a storm
The silence is calm
Inside of a dream
A past is reborn
Inside of a nightmare
The future is torn
All your emotions stop
As the ice begins to melt
It all becomes a new
But nothing can be felt

Submitted: Thursday, August 18, 2005

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  • Rookie allan james saywell (8/18/2005 5:58:00 AM)

    JOEY YOU LITTLE GENIUS YOU HAVE GIVEN ME A NEW WAY OF LOOKING AT RAINDROPS AND FURTHERMORE SOMETHING ELSE TO DREAM ABOUT OTHER THEN EATING ICE-CREAMS

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