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8/24/12 6:17am

DOES IT MATTER WHO ITS FOR? DOES IT MATTER WHO ITS FOR?

FIX IT

Thank You Lord

You Will Be Missed



I just wanna win

Terri 6/3/63-- 1/22/07

Simply Me

The Ultimate Love, The Love of Your Child

Could Be, Might Have Been...

Intricate Crime of a Master Design

A time to pray

I Miss You

Growing Interest

Hush

Everything

Questions Eternal

Today Tomorrow Forever

All I Ask

Untitled 8/18/08

Broken Glass

No Worries No Regrets

Andrew ( My favorite Drug)

"Tomorrow's Dreams" comfort me in exile

Behind the Mask

Glutton

Tomorrow's Dream

Empty Knock

Fallen Angel

Britt-My Angel

Get Out

Drug

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I just wanna win

Constant war within myself
                        Against myself
I have no clue how to win
How does one win a battle that rages within
Constant fighting
So abused
So used
Alone inside
No place to hide
Anger takes no sides
The only time she'll ever be neutral
Always this war
I want to win
End this war
I want to trust
I want to feel
Something that's real
I want to touch
               be touched
And it be no big deal
Instead I'm trapped
Give her a drink
The shadows shift and take hold
Need a happy medium
Watch as the untold story unfolds
Why does she have to be so bold
As a child she followed the rules
Now she never does as she's told
She's grown up now
She cannot be owned
All she wants is a true home
A steady hand to hold
To laugh and talk as we grow old
And take comfort in one strong fact
She never sold her soul
10/25/09
12:50pm

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