I carry the weight of your you on my shoulders
A burden larger than ancient boulders
You are the blood that runs through my veins like mud
I fight through this unceasing flood
You are my air the wind in my prayer
One day I will see you again over there
You are under my skin
So guide my sword through this battle I cannot win
As sure as the wind blows
For as long as time flows
I have wanted you
Locked out of time
You will be mine
A love brand new
Until the day we die
It was always you and I
These moments are too few.
Here stands I at my weakest end
A soul too broken to mend
Here stands I no path in sight
An unholy darkness devoid of light
Here stands I facing a black destiny
For life has taken the best in me
A blunt blade and rusted armour
Burning ships line the harbor
Alone I face all kinds of foes
In a world filled with woes
There is no stronger than the love of two
Here I stand waiting for you.
May the Seas dry and all the earth's creatures die.
Let the winds stop and fires reach the highest mountain top.
May the cease of rains extinguish life upon the greenest plains.
Let the world burn beyond any recognisable discern.
May all smiles turn to frowns and sadness fill the happiest of clowns.
Let grief and sadness suffer all for I take them with me as I fall.
What wicked waking day has thou cast upon me?
For fallen forsaken I shall rise and rise again.
Take this turmoil upon yourself for I take you upon my back.
Keep all neurotic speech ever rescinded, for tonight you burn with me.
No worst hast thou done,
yet no worse than I...
Forsaken for mine sin, for which thither art many...
Cast off from thy valorous grace, for I am owed nothing but mine penance unto thee...
Thine smileth and favour I am yet to winneth again...
For thy divine light to breath life into thy soul...
For all that I has't done and the sins I am yet to commit...
Mercy beest upon me...
For I still carryeth the glimmer of thy fire in mine heart.
I stood aside a vast river
I do not know how I have come to be here
The air was dry and the night was dark
No stars were apparent in the sky above
Only the moon gave light to the glistening river before me
A wooden boat stopped aside me sailed by a robed figure
“It is time to cross the river my friend”
He said to me as he held out is hand
“Your work here has come to an end”
“Come with me I’ll take you to the over to the other side
But we must leave now before the tide”
I climbed into the vessel
“Your deeds were bona fide
In you must trust me for I am your guide”
I soon began to realize before me was no man
No mortal man anyway
I began to remember falling ill
I began to remember my friends and family
I began to remember my life
And then I had forgotten
The boatman looked at me with his skeleton face
*“Cast your fears and grief aside for you have already died”