Coheed And Cambria: Neverender Meaning
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bury them here,
with the lifetime you would never regret
in savoring sleep,
what do you mean i toss
and turn everywhere?
i'll miss you when you're gone
in pretending that you meant
the world to...
anonymous Feb 26th, 2009 2:22pm report
In the comic if you look closely you see that it says neverender on the side of claudio's gun
anonymous Aug 5th, 2007 8:37am report
A couple of hours have passed since we last heard from Claudio. Claudio has been up all night long and is stricken severely depressed now. He obviously knows all of his siblings are dead and his parents are nowhere to be found. So he results to suicide and begins to write a suicide note when day breaks. He dwells and dwells and sees no other way out of this. After writing a good bit of his suicide letter to his parents, he decides to scratch through what he just wrote and instead decides that he’s going to do what he can to move on, and just starts walking with no destination in mind, just as long as he isn’t at home waiting for his parents. As he walks the streets, he keeps telling himself that he’s moving on from all of this. Eventually, he falls asleep.
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