Treasure Island

A Dark Lifetime ...


Dreamcathers


They wander around from lawn to lawn
From the early night to the first light of dawn
Living on your dreams and goals
Leaving you with empty holes
Forever a black pain hunting you
Training to spread like an awful flu
Wandering at night being instantly insane
An asylum forever drained from pain
Cover the eyes my mighty child
They will come here for your kind
Sucking out every dream you own
Taking a treat their own little bone
Misery of night light up their eyes
Stolen innocence is the only thing that cries
They never show mercy for a lunatics dream
Suffer an endless night full of screams...

Submitted: Thursday, February 06, 2014

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