This existent world is nowhere near I For I'm just a tenant in this body This vessel's just blown by wind so breezy To follow the path that fate will decide
No matter where you look there is an eye And escaping your mind won't be easy It matters how strong the linen's knot be As one like me might fail to see this tie
This existent world is nowhere near I I'm here again, the jail where i reside With these two windows that i call my eyes Alone with my head buzzing, roaring loud This brain of mine's a cell, so dull, so dry And there's no escape, there's no getting out
This is heavily, heavily inspired by a favorite song of mine: "Mind Is A Prison" by Alec Benjamin.
is finger-licking two senses me, myself and i sit down, consensus everyone has a different rendition of relentless what version is this of this, which you, depends it imaginary penitentiary, locked in myself, one tenant like i could send a message with only a letter, pen it see greater with less 3d one eye red it eye to brain, i blew it i 9 lives brain dead brain faculty, mind, not same head while nothing visual, split cranium and drain head
sometimes you can't only rent space in your mind to the ones you want to be there this landlord cannot control every tenant's presence but I think if you once leased a suite maybe even penthouse I've got you in a cramped studio jacking up the rent some people even own property but you're on the way out until maybe the last trace of you is a mis-labeled buzzer or a letter that never received your change of address
Breath In & Out The neuro- toxins of your sad and ever fighting struggle (BLACK MOLD) Hopefully you do make It out alive. Here Here- Let's praise a cheer and hope Hope Wish & Pray For the very best My dear....BLACK PLIGHT PLAGUING & Mold ing Me asunder: Death.
Lived with it for two weeks and started to feel the adverse effects.. Headaches and pain in orbital sockets... 10/18/15 10:30 p.m.
I have been born to this affluent world Rich with diversity and nature’s delight So many wonders mesmerize me Benevolence is the essence of this abode The microcosm reflecting the magnanimity Immediately I was accepted as a tenant Being fed from the abundance of cultivation Fertile soils yielding bountiful harvest Feeding me to make me stronger I walk upon this earth with pride and joy To see mankind and animal kingdom thrive The camaraderie between and nature and us It still does not say, “You owe me” We are indebted to this planet for the largesse Yet, not rich enough to pay back the debt I am just a tenant, wonder if I can repay Only way I can do that is by nurturing love within And not to destroy this space at will Only I can love the earth with my heart And help, in my way to nurture its purity Many more to come after me can be a tenant here Let this be a reminder, we are not here to plunder