Ellirie Aviles


A Friend


A friend that's insane
who gives me migraine
she has kept a lots'a pain
cause love was her game

In love with the hills and DALE
to her a song of nightingale
to somewhere i know leads this rail
hope somehow, someday she won't fail

In competition with circlish and the lamb
To them respect yet they're not a dumb
they'll make a way to stab you down
they're making their plans since early dawn

A Virus infectious- inside they invade
here on earth they want you to fade
for she believeth, he giveth his spade
and the only plan's to cut wrists by blade.

Catapults from heaven of fire and swords
Access from hell was offered by lords
Tail of the dragon and skin-made wings
Ruble, euros, and Material things

Icily cried and run out of bliss
Notorious the fact, that heart do freeze
Agony of mine, We're engulfed by the mist

Unreal I hope, my Anticipation
Curse all the fact that 'ti's negotiation
Unconquerable soul, as strong as the wind
As they the competitors find thee
Unafraid of the dark.from the lamb so free...

Submitted: Friday, December 30, 2011
Edited: Thursday, January 19, 2012

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