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The Mirror

Edging their bets


Tomorrow will come

C'est La Vie

One of them

An After-thought?


The Darkness

Good or Bad?

Passing the time

Who to be?

Empty Pillow

Settle my Mind

All that I am now...?

Come Home

All gone too soon

A soft voice

A new song to sing

Heaven or Hell?

Truth is a Lie



Overwhelming Sadness

Broken 2

Sweet Surrender




To all there was now blind

The Light is shining on you

Only my Dream

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This world is no longer a place I remember
So many things are no longer the same?
But mostly it’s the attitude of the new generations
Who spend their lives dishing out blame.
All of us are guilty being part of the human race
But very few chose the life they would live
We have all been molded, shaped and sent on our journeys
Nurtured by what life could give.
But today's generations blame everyone for everything
And maybe… just maybe it’s true?
But what choices would they make born in our lifetime…
And the real choices very few of us could choose?




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