Detructive nature

Book by: Nessly305

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people and there destructive nature

Chapter1 (v.1) - Detructive nature

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people and there destructive nature

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Submitted: April 05, 2007

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Chapter Content - ver.1

Submitted: April 05, 2007

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Never run from your fear and pain.

Its the only thing that keeps you sane.

Level your thoughts to face it all.

Determine your actions so you dont stuble and fall.

Clear minded is mostly the objective.

And brings your thoughts back to the relative.

Its a game to test what we have accomplished.

In the mean time we have things to be demolished.

Create objects in mass scale.

To watch them one day as they fell.

Future of murders from a demolished building we built.

My mind would have so much agony and guilt.

How do others think so different then me.

And the worst is i have no way to make them understand to see.

This is not a good way to be............one day you will agree.


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