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Damned Essay

272 words - 2 pages

you damned creaturei see youi hear youi can feel youhow i hate bloody tears stream down my face,you damned creature.i sit in the darkmy eyes are shuti'm a farid to open themand see you looking at meyou damned ...view middle of the document...

i cover my ears because i hear you laughing at meyou damned creaturei wish you would burn back where you came fromi hate youyou damned creaturei sit alonebut i can almost see the lightbut then there you aretrying to bring me downyou damned creaturei will rule over youyou damned creaturei will triumph over youyou damned creaturei can see you weepas you have made me weepyou damned creatureyou are strongbut i am strongeryou damned creaturethe light shall engulf usand you shall loseand i will winyou damned creaturebecause i am strongand you are weakyou damned creature

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