Treasure Island

Shamal Akrayi


Deep


Deeper than the oceans
Colder than the rain in December
left with a taste of humiliation
that I will always remember
Mourning is the terror
which is so very real
I've watched it grow through time
holding on with one thin thread
lost in your picture without you I feel I'm dead.
Heal the deepest wounds
through scars through biggest swords
fade out all the trumpets
will my heart and soul ever be one?
Decisions, decisions
pain is surely present
glowing through my skin in the colour of fluorescent.
I love you but all you bring me is pain
colder than ice thicker than the earth
misery is back again,
For what it's worth I am still not hurt

Submitted: Monday, August 01, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, August 02, 2011

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