joshua burckhard

(07/01/89 / bellefonte pennsylivania united states)

Break My Wings


just break my wings and take my heart
they dont matter without the sky above
they don't matter with being so cold

just break my wings
i cant touch the sky anymore
i don't want the sun or the sky

just take my heart
it wont beat not for me
i don't want its color or it's pulse

just take it all, have my eyes
i don't want to see anything bright
i can't look forward or back neither are good

just take my hands
all i feel is crimson anyway
all i can paint is crimson

just take what you want
it will be for nothing
i don't want anything
nor do i fell like anything

no longer can you believe your eyes
all you will see is a mask, a husk, an empty shell
so what am i without another

Submitted: Thursday, November 24, 2011
Edited: Friday, November 25, 2011

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