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Dexsta Ray


A Wordless Song


If you listen you could hear a wordless song
Insensible sound
But still the ubiety is strong
It's been away for long
Not because I didn't want them to know
It's just the fact I couldn't grasp crafty notes from the soul
All the ambiguous codes
I try to take a look inside
Awake in a dream
That's the time you're most alive
Take a breath and close my eyes
I decipher the rune
The closer to enlightenment
The whiter the hue
And the brighter the mood
All I want to do is see clear
An angel came through but didn't notice me here
And I try to keep fear at a distance
A song in my heart and I'm the only one to listen
Serenity was missing with the words to the song
Deep down within my soul
Harmony was unknown

Submitted: Thursday, September 20, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, July 08, 2014
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