Treasure Island

Violet Carson

(sometime / somewhere)

Follow Ever After


Don’t Follow me
My tatterered soul
Falls into darkness
Blackest darkness
Deep and thick
No light shines
Through my despair

Don’t Follow me
I run in fear
That my demons follow
Always follow
I run away, to escape
But still
They find me there

Don’t Follow Me
For where I go
No-one can come
I go alone
To meet my fate
I’ll stand alone
At Death’s Black Gate

Don’t Follow Me
My fate is sealed
My sins are falling
Falling down
Blackest tears
In which I drown
Engulfing me in darkness

Don’t Follow Me
I can’t be saved
For its too late
Far, far too late
You can’t help me
You can’t find me
I’m already gone

Don’t Follow Me
Don’t Follow Me
For I’m already gone

Submitted: Friday, April 11, 2008
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