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Too LateI cannot change what I am.
I will never believe that
There is a light at the end of the tunnel
Even if I can't see it through the darkness
I keep fighting
Through rivers of tears
There is no end to this storm
I can't be convinced that
I will learn to love myself
I still have so many flaws, but
My beauty has faded away
In my uncertainties, and
Faith can't be restored
I won't tell myself that
I can change my fate
Because I know
My sorrow is eternal
It would be a lie if I said that
I can change what I've become
If I turn myself around
It's not too late.
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I just got the most amazing mail *w*Firstly: There's still a contest going on, do join~http://rosey-raven.deviantart.com/journal/SunTC-contest-time-361574229
I GOT A BOX
What a pretty box!
okay okay, so what was in the box? Let's find out 8D
Oop, something peeks out it's... it's ... *w*
:iconssragefaceplz::iconsaysplz: HOW DARE YOU PUSH ME DOWN CLONE!
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:iconssragefaceplz::iconsaysplz: YOU ARE A CLONE! AND A WORTHLESS ONE AT THAT!
...seekers, seekers please, stop fighting D8
That's better~ SO~
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Ah~ Our new BFFs
"Buy a day to have a friend, in exchange for a day to be miserable."
Says the sign by the door.
I bought a friend one day. What is another miserable day anyway?
I've been having lonely bad days since I can remember.
When I make "friends"; they always leave me in the end.
Whether they moved on from something we both used to like, or they find someone better than me.
The hardest part of my miserable days, is seeing groups of happy people.
Most of all, if they are talking about the things I like. Why can't I be a part of their group? I ask myself sometimes.
Why can't I find a friend who can share a real bond?
So I rented a doll programmed to be my friend.
We went to places I liked and showed it the things I love.
We had a great time. But, I had to return it by the end of the day and it forgot all about me the next day.
It was time to pay my bill. The shop owner handed me the tab and it was blank.
He said all I have to do was live life as I usually did. Miserable.
But being alo
The Show Must Go OnShe breathed uneasily, holding the stack of papers in her hand. From the hundreds of pages she had written, these few felt the heaviest. Her hands trembled lightly of the weight that those pages carried, the stress of their content soon to be published to the world being almost too much to bear. No, they had worked too hard to chicken out now.
Today was the day. The day everything they had worked so hard for in the past year would be seen for the first time.
The first episode.
The king of the kingdom breathed deeply in and out, relooking through the script of the play her and her queen had worked on a long time ago. To think that those words made out of just pure hope of having something to do would turn into a large performance such as this, a performance that will be set in motion for years.
“…Yes?” The king asked, looking over her shoulder to the timid auburn servant at the doorframe. “Is it time?”
“It is near the time
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