Ofentse Mercy Hajane

(1992-04-23 / South Africa/ Johannesburg/ Krugersdorp/ Munsieville)

Metal Let Me Die


Crazy winds whirls in my head
My eardrums swollen, big as an olive
Metal clinking and cricking in my mind
Guitar bursts the hearts of the forbidden
Lungs blasted with insane music
Parallel chains that never meets
Forces between
Tearing souls apart...
... My soul
Metal let me Die

Music of the Gods superior to God
Chaos Theory in a physical form
Order within waves of destruction
Guitar strings coated with dark archid feelings
Rattling the minds of the dead
Metal let me die

Divine to wake all
Immortality encoded in dreadful drums
Weak hearted disintegrates and thrown into the cold dark air
Demonic voices of holy’s ghosts
Fields of zombie words attacking the mind like a disease of the dark kingdom
Incurable to ears it befalls
Howling wolves under purely dark sky
No moon of comfort to lead their way
Metal let me die

Oathed and trapped under its spell
Rattling the cages of its heaven
Underneath me
The Devil lays paralyzed under the devil's trap
Created by besieging songs of disgrace
Angels unrescueably swinging from high to low strings
And I the only mortal stood and pleaded
'Metal Let Me Die'

Submitted: Sunday, April 07, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, November 20, 2013
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'Dedication to all Metal, Heavy Metal & Rock lovers

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