Treasure Island

voldy rules


Bleed to Breathe


Bleeding to stay till tomorrow,
Bleeding to erase the painful sorrow,
Bleeding to live in peace,
Bleeding and crawling on wounded knees

That's how I left you,
That's how you were,
It's when you called my name,
And you knew I would never be there,

You begged me to stay,
You know I would if I may,
It's my unforgivable reward,
I knew to my life you would rehold,

Hereto far the sorrows and pain
Won't leave me
Hereto far I begged you silently
To forgive me,
For the sins I have made,
To step out of the shade,
To feel the beauty of life again,
To wash away all the gained pain,

Submitted: Sunday, March 12, 2006
Edited: Sunday, March 26, 2006

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