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Sunday, May 13, 2012

Here's the other song...or poem? IDK. I don't know if this one was finished or not. I assume it is...but who knows.


Drumming the rhythm of motion through space,
Collapsed within heartbeats, ages, and time,
Tears stain the scars set in my face
Sharing a reason and loosing the rhyme
All but forgotten in loneliness, bliss
Cold and dark footsteps remind her
Collections of her breath quietly hiss
And vision is cleared, the mind left blurred
Midnight within the collapsing heart
Pierced and suckled, drained and bled
Her world of shadows is blown apart
Within the limits of her head
But hush and hear the whispers speak
Their embers dimming through the night
With daylight's shadows, poised and sleek
The last immortal birthright.

 (typed as written - no spelling changes on my end)

Again, feel free to throw your interpretations out there.

Sunday, May 6, 2012

In keeping with the Spring Cleaning theme...I found a couple of songs that were written for (or about) me. I don't really "get" lyrics (or poetry for that matter) so I don't really know.

Feel free to throw out any interpretations of this one

 Candlewax (a tragedy)

She stands in white flowing forrestry
Caring, but not knowing why
Looking about, she notices me
Enthralled with the wink of her eye

Captured in timeless tapestry,
Going, but not knowing where,
Turning around, she runs from me,
Her hands holding onto the air

She spent a long while in the monastary
Looking for some peace of mind
She's blind in the dark but she wants to see
Too bad it's a waste of her time

She stares at some strange monstrosity
That followed her out to the glen
She isn't sure, but she thinks it's me
Coming to see her again

And a shot in the dark pierced through a dream
As slumber was slipping away
And again and again somebody screamed
As night slowly fades into day

Now I'm going down to the edge of the sea
You know I will always be there
Where undertow dances with dying sea weed
And waves shout her name in the air

(typed as written - I take no credit for spelling here)