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by Kac
Rated: 13+ · Other · Psychology · #2128495
It was made as a song lyric which I will (hopefully) ,one day, make something out of it...
Can you hear me
I've got something say
Can you see me
I’m not far away
I see the end
But I don't understand
I need someone
To help me break away

We've lost the track
Of time itself
Now we're just the dust
On an empty shelf
So close to you
But so far away
You want to go home
But I want you to stay
I hear someone
Don't you fu*king run away

I'm lost and I shiver in someone else's mirror.
Just waiting to be found.
I don't think I'll ever come around again.
Let's finish what I began.
My shadows will melt with the damage I dealt.
It can not be repaired.
I think it's time to stop and reverse the clock.
My senses are running away.

Remember the doors you shut,
When you left me to rot?
My heart is filled with hate.

Now I am locked in
Living in your sin
My journey's going to end

I feel someone
You’re only here to watch me fade

You can't find me.
Ever again
I'm lost in someone else's head.
Step by step
Eye to eye
Demons laugh
While my soul cries
I see someone
Destroy me every fu*kin’ day

It's cold as hell, my words won't sell.
My echo is fading away.
The reflection is gone, like the birds at dawn.
The time is running away.
Blindfolded I see, you are not with me
You were never planning to stay
Nevertheless, I am such a mess
The ending's always the same

You can't find me.
I am dead.
Lost in someone else's head.
Forever lost
And never free
I guess, that's how it's
Suppose to be

(NOTE: Most of it is written metaphorically)
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