Treasure Island

moon dust

(oct.15 / Earth)

Dust Moon


How long have I been running far far away from you
As many miles as I've gone
Still the darkness comes on
There will be a crimson moon tonight

Dust moon rises...your face haunts me so
Dust moon rises...sanity leaving me soon
I still see your blood on the face of the moon

Your face haunts me, nothing clear now
Dust moon has risen
Bloody, mocking moon
Daylight seems lifetimes away, eternal midnight
Keep running away
Dust moon has risen...haunting me so
Dust moon rises...sanity, leaving me so soon?
I still see your face on the blood of the moon

And when the dust moon rests his weary head
And the sunshine begins to rise
Will I still be here or will I be dead
Is the dawn of a new day just a lie?

Submitted: Sunday, November 22, 2009

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