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Broken WindowI watch through a window.
It is cracked and covered with the dust of time.
I see through this window everywhere I go.
I reach for others,
but I reach and touch the glass instead.
Trying to feel something inside.
But I find nothing.
There is nowheres to go for me.
Home was like a battle field.
And I was the no-man's land.
Wandering these unknown places.
How much further will I make it
until I drop?
This window I see through was built when I was nine.
Becoming more damaged overtime.
I couldn't reach out to the one's I love to help them.
Mother, Father, they built the window in between us all.
Sometimes I wished they built a wall instead.
So I couldn't see it anymore.
Every step I take,
I feel like I'm a million miles away.
And they fade more into the background.
Lost in the time,
but still they stick out of all my memories like broken pieces of glass.
They still hurt.
But as they fade away from me,
Am I just another lost soul, destined to fade away
The Little Book Of TerrorI was in an unknown convenient store.
I wandered the cluttered aisles with no reason.
I then came across a pile of books,
headphones attached to the wall.
A book with no name lye there.
It was small and red, pages looking aged.
Small black ink drops forming into words.
I put the headphones on and opened the book.
The headphones and the story within the book
Suddenly my mind was sent into a different world with much haste,
and if it was real, I couldn't say.
This world looked like Paris, France.
But it didn't feel like the real Paris.
Though I have never been there.
My body felt like it was in a trance, but my mind wasn't.
On the outside my body began to read the words, while I heard the words read to me through the headphones.
In this dreamworld I stood near the Eiffel Tower.
But suddenly it slowly began to fall.
It hit the ground with much force
the ground shaking heavily.
But then there was a sound from behind after the tower fell.
Over my shoulder I looked to see a wave
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