Treasure Island

Evette Morales

(Infinitiy / Nowhere but Anywhere and not only Here)

Greed


Shattered windows
Face the wall
You wanted more
But now you crawl

Greater beginnings
Start with your fall
Soundless screams
Echo your dreams

Escaping your way
Into the light of day
You wanted more
Just don't knock on my door

So when you cry
Your tears are dry
The bitter end
Drags you down
The Greed consumes
What's left of you

You wanted more
This is what you get
Stand in front of a Gate
That sentences your Fate

When Hell comes along
Do not fret
Do not frown
This is what happens
When you want more
The Greed is your escence
It settles your score

For He who has made you
Is dissappointed
You fell down to more
Your Soul you have Forefeited

Submitted: Sunday, November 21, 2010
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