Treasure Island

Igor Wolfson



This is a calmless state you live in
You love the formless slavery of life
Alive you see the light, at night you see it
You beg for blight in calmless days of fight
To play a human being is a sin to breed
For thee are much ashamed of me to feed
For stress to plead and bleed the fear for free
My dear, will you be no longer here for me?
I beg, you brag like you are awesome
You gag with all your pride, you rag
I'm on your way to show you: Route closed
Remember what I closet, the thing last year I made
These words, as swords, serve just for ordered modes
For peace the hate emotes, for death - erodes
For lovely day this life arose and for my thoughts
I'd rather bode your misery than I will pose... I vowed.

Submitted: Saturday, February 06, 2010
Edited: Thursday, February 25, 2010

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