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 The echo you held as your own Mark Heathcote        (More) 8/29/2014
 Nocturnal nitehawk        (More) 8/28/2014
 delete delete        (More) 8/27/2014
  True Essence nitehawk        (More) 8/24/2014
 Vacant Skies nitehawk        (More) 8/22/2014
 Beautiful Emptiness nitehawk        (More) 8/20/2014
 Immersion into Imagery nitehawk        (More) 8/19/2014
 Bowed in Silent Anguish nitehawk        (More) 8/18/2014
  Haunted Milo Da Solo        (More) 8/17/2014
 From Beauty Comes nitehawk        (More) 8/17/2014
 Distant Memories nitehawk        (More) 8/14/2014
 Where Silence Thrives nitehawk        (More) 8/11/2014
 Silent Yore nitehawk        (More) 8/9/2014
 Midnight Shades nitehawk        (More) 8/7/2014
 Early Autumn tony parsons        (More) 8/6/2014
 Reposed in Silence nitehawk        (More) 8/5/2014
 Fallen Skies nitehawk        (More) 8/2/2014
 Finally, It's Over silentheart        (More) 8/1/2014
 Drifting Souls Apart silentheart        (More) 8/1/2014
 I CARE 2 MUCH WiseAngel        (More) 7/31/2014
  In These Eyes nitehawk        (More) 7/30/2014
 Message of goodbye Lostangel        (More) 7/30/2014
 Heart Grown Cold silentheart        (More) 7/29/2014
 Gone without Goodbye silentheart        (More) 7/29/2014
 Will you be mine once more silentheart        (More) 7/29/2014
 Forgetting (repost) silentheart        (More) 7/29/2014
 delete delete        (More) 7/29/2014
 HEARTBREAK hollydar        (More) 7/28/2014
 Adieu Princess_Bubbles        (More) 7/28/2014
 Awash in the Memories nitehawk        (More) 7/27/2014

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The echo you held as your own

Heavy limbed feet plodding
Blood sugars now too low
Oh where do you go?
Now your bodies melting
Like it’s made of falling snow
Like, it’s in its infancy

Like it’s a tree
In the fall waving goodbye
Oh where do you go?
When a leopard jaws slow
The beating pulse still bleeding
Where do you go?
Now love has turned you out into the cold.

With frozen breaths
You might wish you weren’t
Even still breathing
Oh the wolves sound friendly
Maybe they can comfort me
Oh where do you go?
When the echo you held as your own
Has taken; your home.

Heavy limbed feet plodding
Blood sugars now too low
Oh where do you go?
It’s not like you will ever really move on
The shadows circle the leaves groan
This open ploughed field is your throne
Oh the snow it blankets
It cocoons you in.

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