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Angel Of Darkness7


RETURN TO INNOCENCE


ANGEL OF DARKNESS

RETURN TO INNOCENCE

Open the door, go through the entrance
Behind the door, into the darkness
Right on the floor, the source of silence
With just a call makes every thing useless

That call is a single cry
A sound that can make you shy
Without a move you're tied
Confronted with your own desire

Just a doubt in your mind
A wall to hide behind
To take a break and remind
To stay noble, clean and kind

A call to a moment of reminiscence
A confrontation with my soul's absence
A direct touch to my heart, to my conscience
Is how my baby's smile returns me to innocence...
(to be continued...)
A.O.D.

Submitted: Sunday, February 13, 2011
Edited: Friday, May 25, 2012

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