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Irreparable

When the world falls apart into the wilderness I shall depart
My heart broken into shards
Irreparable
When my dreams are smashed and my hopes are dashed
I shall become numb
Irreparable
When lives that I love are stolen and lost
If I survive that holocaust
My life will be irreparable
When I wander in a daze, through fields that were once maize
I shall look into my past and see that it is irreparable
Irreplaceable
Shadowed by the dust of fallen men, women and children
Because of lascivious greed and fame
Powerful men, insane
Irreparable damage they skein
Can we build civilisation again?
Or is it all…
Irreparable?

 

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Keep them all asunder

It is awkward being in a world full of humanity

Knowing that you are not like them and they think you’re suffering from insanity

You have different concepts, you have different ways

You sit back see them all, staring at your displacement in wonder

But you keep them all asunder

It is best that way

It is a shame that you cannot remove yourself from their little world

As humanity takes up so much space

You want to cast aside the fact you are civilized

And live in an untouched place

I feel your pain, I sorely do

If you find such a place, I shall come with you

 

 

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