Sight of mine dulled to nothing but red. My aching fingers bleeding from the splayed out shards of glass. Time and time again, this feeling will never truly fade. The destruction that eases into every walk that I take.
The pent up pain that does not soothe It only comes in waves of doubt and an ache that runs deeply through my body. I can only sit in silence and wait for it to wash over as the never-ending wrath bounces in the corners of the room. No freedom found as I keep myself from lashing out.
My blood keeps dripping around my pooling ire. To lock up such a monster that laps away at every upset and disappointment There really is no telling when The day it stops rocking back and forth the dark curtained bedroom I try to subdue it in.
The day my warm blood no longer satisfies the steely blue light that edges its existence. And the way it bounces off of the crystal shards coated in crimson beneath my hands. Alcohol has never truly worked for me as much as I wished it did. What do I do when there is nothing I can do?
How will I cope when I can no longer keep from being violent?
how many protests have you watched now? how many devolving into riots? via violent actors, on either side what was gained, for those we lost? was it in vain? did the pay outweigh the cost? or was our venture defunct? would civil disobedience had been better sought? or a more brutal insurrection, to rival those we've been taught? just do like they'd wish and lay down and die
Limbs have faltered amidst a fast-paced act, Liquid fills you up. Antagonized in desperation, Reach out for the gun. This moment of ecstatic flavour Brought misery. The shivers, the strangest twists. Defiler is you.
Night is filled with red light from the sun And white-red mixture. Calls upon you the servant of god, With vicious intentions. Violate your existence, They forced the life out of you. In the end it all comes in place, The void is within.
Who expected nothing less of you, Whose eyes filled with tears, They would follow you and die, They'd always protect you. Would you follow their lead into light, Or succumb to this weakness? The fear of hurting them pains your mind. Defiled defiler.
May never escape this nightmare unscathed, May never reside in this homeland. The pain subsides yet the emptiness grows, The one that was you is no longer. They would have never understood, You'd never agree for a half-life. Trapped in a cage by events of the night, Your will still roams free on the inside.
my brain will not be silent my heart won’t skip a beat the world is way to violent the sun has lost its heat what is going to take place after it all is said and done we need to succeed and embrace and know that humans have won we all retain the power to stop this mayhem now it will take a worldly shower it will take mankind's vow....
I love to go walking, at least once a day And see what I stumble across on my way I can cover hills and valleys, forests and fields To unearth what treasure the next stroll yields
Yesterday my amble took me a brand new way Through an old wood with a black stream I did stray I came across a boy with a face grimaced in concentration A child in this ****** place, aroused my determination.
I said ‘Hey boy why are you so far from home?’ ‘Please good sir you must leave me alone’ Then I noticed how tightly he clenched his fist And knew he must have a treasure to add to my list.
I picked up the boy and grabbed his wrist I shook it vigorously to open that fist, Then I attacked his fingers and commenced to pry From the boy not a whimper, a whisper or sigh.
‘Child I demand you open and reveal what’s in your hand’ ‘There’s nothing sir not even a grain of sand’ The sheer cheek of the runt was simply astounding I would open that paw if it meant giving him a pounding.
That’s just what I did, the boy got a seeing to I slapped him and kicked him threatened to boil him in stew, Swung him over my head and dashed him to the floor No matter what manner of violence the scamp took more.
Exhausted and demoralised I screamed at the brat ‘Show me what you have and let that be that’ ‘Please, it’s noting sir as I’ve said before You can kick me and hit me and throw me to the floor’
Then I remembered, in my belt a small knife I decided to cut off that mitt and end this strife, Off at the wrist, open the fingers to look in the hand The boy wasn’t lying, not even a grain of sand.
After all that effort and a day with no pleasure I refused to feel down at the lack of treasure, Next time you’re near to my house you must call And I’ll show you the hand nailed firmly to the wall.