Marley Magic


Im-Mortal


Dead and rotting like man
Immortal I am
An Eagles eye as far as i can see
destroyed by the masses
immortal to be

A sea of pain flushes over me
a nervous breakdown in me
The knowing of what to say
and the sun's rays
play two roles in my amends

Above a sea of fire and chaos
pain the only sound
my halo falls
falls to the ground

Dead and rotting like man
Immortal I am
The eagles eye can see farther than me
destroyed by masses
Immortal to be

And fire will rain and fill the sea
fire will rain...
reign over me
My skin feels like a suit
rip out my tongue
Making me mute

This fire is my master
making me see like a boy
a crippling disaster
No drug can numb this pain
no faith can break this grasp
but immortal i am.

dead and rotting like man
Immortal I am
Blinded at last
overpowered by fire
i cant...

The truth is, i am-Mortal

Submitted: Thursday, April 30, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, May 06, 2009

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