Ashes mold faces, dressed in rugged glories… Men hurry into doom in lorry of misplaced hope And they fall into caskets of bitter worries As the world hisses away with sweet-bitter memories! Who can tell what tomorrow hold’s? Who can tell the sun to stop shinning? And force the moon to ignore...
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