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Falling

by

Heidi Yang

Falling, what a wonderful feeling
Feeling the wind rushing past your face, feels like flying through the air
Falling, what an awful feeling
Feeling nothing beneath you, no one cares, nothing matters
Least of all about you
Friends falling away they donít know what to do
Time, years falling away at the expense of your happiness
As you continue to fall, through an empty expanse, down a big black hole
Nothing matters anymore, you donít care, you feel as if you donít exist
Instead youíre just lost in a sea of people, laughing, talking, crying
Teardrops falling, as you drown in your sorrows
Yet you still feel like youíre falling
No one cares what happens to you
You forget the life you had, suddenly everything has come to an end
You wish you could stop, but you canít, instead you just continue
Falling

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