Biography of Okami Kamikaze
Okami Kamikaze Poems
Silence Silence when we are walking, Silence when we think, Silence is what fills us all,
On a charcoal night the owl calls. On a charcoal night wolves sharpen their claws. On a charcoal night children shake with fear. The charcoal night is growing near.
Sunlight fading Stars shine Wind whispers Wolves cry
I'm from Oklahoma I wear cowgirl boots I play in spring rain I laugh and smile
Darkness Of Our Race
Darkness wraps around me Binding my very soul Yet I still remember innocence That I shall never again know
Oh silver moon My lonely heart cries Up to you In the night's dark skies
Darkness in every corner Deep inside my mind And any emotion but hate I don't think you'll ever find
These Tears I Cry
I taste the salt Of these tears I cry And of all the things I wonder how and why
Pain For Pain
This blood I see I know it's mine I know it is my fault So I have no right to whine
Are you the one who saved me Protected me from it all Who loves me unconditionally Despite my every flaw
I'm sorry for the jerk I am I'm sorry for the things I've done I'm sorry that I'm bossy I'm sorry that I'm no fun
Family That's Free
After the clouds have faded to night Only if the moon is positioned just right A song echoes out into the dark trees The song is of the heart, and the heart is of me.
On a charcoal night the owl calls.
On a charcoal night wolves sharpen their claws.
On a charcoal night children shake with fear.
The charcoal night is growing near.
On a charcoal night the demon dogs sing.
On a charcoal night the little stars gleam.
On a charcoal night the air goes cold.
The nightmares and stories are always told.