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Casey Jarrell

Rookie - 21 Points (6/23/1994 / Deridder, La)

Wings of Darkness

More beautiful than a rose, more seductive than the moon
If you want that precious life, then force yourself to bloom in this hand

The door to the world of darkness will now open.
Once again, leave everything to fate and be reborn.

Now close those eyelids of yours and find the masquerade in the middle of the night.
Now, slip into darkness. Come! There's no reason to be afraid.
And be there for eternity.

The moment the the suspiciously swaying wind escapes
I'll make you forget many things along with your pure devotional love.

Let's engrave a new time into the world of darkness.
It's okay not to worry about someone else and hurt your own heart.

Close those eyelids of yours and find the voice coming from the future.
Now, slip into darkness. Let me teach you of it as you become captured within my wings.
And definitely you'll be there for eternity.

Close those eyelids of yours.
Now, slip into darkness.
Close those eyelids of yours and let your heart-filled matters be stolen away.
Now, slip into darkness and in the midst of a riddle, late at night, feel my deep kiss.
And become eternal.

Close those eyelids of yours.
Now, slip into darkness
Close those eyelids of yours.
Now, slip into darkness...

Submitted: Friday, December 06, 2013
Edited: Thursday, December 12, 2013
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This a song of a vampire that immobilizes its victims.

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