Craig Mize

(06/17/1980 / gainesville GA)

Insanity


You say that you feel my pain, but I doubt that
I have x'd myself from your world, & from the world of darkness
I did loose demons & devils. Trapped in a hell that's present on earth
Not from this generation am I & this world shall never hold me
I'm not very wise to many things, but a fool I never will be
The future shall respect my soul, let the present fear me,
And it will be up to history to be my judge; you can be the jury
Look me in my eyes and tell me what all do you see
Do you see the passion, do you see the love, do you see my heart
Do you feel my pain, do you feel the hate, do you feel my soul dying
You have did everything in this world to me. So I shall do you the same
You say that you live in sanity, well let me introduce you to insane

Submitted: Thursday, January 27, 2011

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