A death

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Buried beneath a silver birch tree Her grave marked with no more than a little pile of stones I don't want to draw attention to her but I couldn't leave her without remembrance She'll sleep there
Things before our sight We did not realize true value Shadow when realized us Beam enters eye to continue
across the halls death he bawls recollect the memories  of tainted dolls and summer nights blackwalls out of breath  that is his call 
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