39 Recent Deviations
You Belong To MeThere is a spell on your soul.
I can hear the broken church bells.
There are those eyes I can see;
In your soul when you burn.
Something was bleeding;
When you fell into the coffin.
Your spoken words;
Are almost like a lost sheep in a grave yard.
They bleed like a lost soul in the bowels of shattered glass.
Only because you belong to me.
Every time it rains;
I can hear your screams of pain in the distance.
When there is lightning;
I can see your tears falling from the angry clouds.
There is the rich;
And there is the poor.
One is a filthy liar with no feeling.
Is put down for trying to receive the love she needs.
Can you breath in the alcohol now?
Only because you are mine.
Can you breath now?
Can you read your own thoughts?
Do you grieve over empty love?
Dead doves lay out in the empty streets on the horizon.
Someone broke your heart;
And shattered it with hatred.
You always scream;
"Can someone put my heart back together?"
That is the curse.
Text: Question Particle Ka
Probably the easiest thing to do in the Japanese language is make a question sentence. Basically, all you need to do is add 'ka' at the end of the sentence. 'Ka' turns the sentence into a question and is often (jokingly) referred to as "the question mark".
Time for some examples!
りゅうがくせいです。 > りゅうがくせいですか。
Ryuugakusei desu. > Ryuugakusei desu ka?
(I am a) international student. > (Are you an) international student?
This is a simple yes or no question (hai/iie). But you can also have questions that ask for something specific. See below:
Senmon wa nan desu ka?
What is your major?
(Senmon wa) eigo desu.
(My major) is English.
The 'senmon wa
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