Heriberto GarciaIII


Look at you


Come inside my mind
I let myself go blind
Let you come inside
Then you will go blind, again
Come again lose yourself
Take into your prison cell
Climb up the wall again
Fall on my face trying it
Till it burns inside,
And that I die, in your arms again
Come again lose yourself
Take into your prison cell
I pray to you with my knees into the floor
Blood drips to comfort my soul
Look at you looking at me
Coward hanging from the scary tree.

Submitted: Thursday, January 27, 2005
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