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nicholas casillas

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What ive become


I rise at night eys opend wide
What Have I done
What have I become
My eyes get black
And my soul starts to darkin
I follow his footsteps completing my task
What have I done
What have I become
I walk alone in this world
My heart growing cold
For now my soul is forever sold
What have I done
what have I become
The lights gone
Its no longer present
For now I know I have no fears
For now I know the darkness sheds no tears
What have I done
What have I become
In the darkness youll lie alone
The warmth in you is now cold
I have no regrets for what ive done
For now the darkness is what ive become

Submitted: Thursday, September 28, 2006
Edited: Saturday, September 25, 2010

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