Like a gentle sunshine sneaking through my curtains at dawn revealing the scent of my darkness as you enter my little universe
Ignoring the caution sign without any hesitation You stepped onto the frozen surface of my lake Not even caring if it’ll collapse Not even afraid if you’ll drown
Every step was a sip of soda For I am addicted to your sweetness Yet still remembered every ***** Step by step ... Not stopping til reaching the center Not stopping til it’s too late
have you ever had that special someone that entered your world and turned it upside down?
I was once quite satisfied with everything, until I met her. I still remember the first time we met, we were from completely different universes. Like two independent parallel lines that'll never met. I was like the kinda person she'd never be interested of being friends with, but who knows? it turned out quite terrifying when we started to say the exact same thing at the same time all the time. We were so in sync, our thoughts were in sync, our minds were in sync. It was kinda crazy. I was the kinda person that was sensitive with distance, it terrifies me when someone approaches my safety borderline. I tend to push people away when they're getting too close, I guess it's because I'm afraid that I'll be broken when I lose them. And she knew it, yup, she knew it. but she didn't stop, either.
In the canyons between the grey matter, lives something much darker. Swimming comfortably in the river of my mind.
Her voice sounds like mine. Her face a perfect reflection.
Invading my thoughts with whispered obscenities. Filling my vision with clouded water.
Her presence is shifty. Here one day and gone the next, but she never really is.
They tell you not to name your demons But it’s hard when they already have one.
I have an intruder living inside me. And the scariest part is that she is me.
Sometimes it feels like I have two people living inside of me. There is me and there is the Other me. The other me is cold and cruel, often overly brash. I don’t like the other me, but I suppose no one ever does.
Your intrusion Is conducive To my city burning down So I defend from inside my castle Civilian hordes Wield swords And I've gotta flail In my chain mail
My city walls have been manned So use your battering ram And intrude on me Muscle into my muscles And burrow into my bones By disarming my mob While catapults lob Incendiary boulders That protect me from Temporary shoulders That have exploited my nation before Mining the resources from it's core Avoid all the blasts So we can clash In the arena of my mind Where steel strikes time And my defenses Defend me from my life So intrude on me And shatter my protections And shatter my conceptions So intrude on me And break my perceptions But be careful Intrusions have reflections
I smell an intruder, a spy in my house. Is he coming from the dark zone on a day it raines forever? Does he wants my seven tears or my smile? Or Yesterday’s days that made me cry? He woke me up, leaving traces in my nightmare, I was a sad soul in torment, he was my source of despair, but I knew it wasn’t my last evening on Earth, I confessed all my sins, since my mother gave me birth, thinking who’s going to win in hell if the mirror cracked, or tolls the bell? I stopped being the girl who plays with the fire, calling the devil in disguise a big liar, ‘cause he tried to promise me the heaven, but I still got my lives to live: seven!
A crippling heaviness, enters the room. Trembling, I break out in a cold sweat. The dolls on the stand, are securely locked in their case. Their sad eyes watch as he inches closure and silent screams fill the space.
He whispers violent things and spits in my face. I succumb to his lingering words, as I forget how to breathe. I lost my voice. It know belongs to him.
There's someone at the door Shadows can be seen from the floor Night conceals the presence from my eyes And so my curious mind tries To conjure a mystery a dark horror fantasy Scared excited heartbeat drag my feet closer to the intruder none other than my mother who looked more alarmed by my scream of sudden surprise