Daryl Verah


Mirror x Verah


Beautiful
Beautiful
Mirrors
That show me the pain

Blackened out
Darkened
Umbrellas
Show me the rain

Wonderful
Wonderful
World
Falling apart at the seams

Fairy tales
Coming to life
Sharks
Drowning at sea

Nothing
Was my passion
Now
Everything is my goal

Silver and bronze
Won't suffice
Now
I am going for gold

Training
Training
To see
But don't see none but myself

Beautiful
Beautiful
Mirror
Don't make me call for your help

Stars
In the sky are aligning
Because
They're all bowing to me

Sharks
In the sky are all fighting
Stars
Drowning at sea

Beautiful
Beautiful
Women
Get better looks by the breath

Verah is getting
Brave
This might just lead to my death

But I'm just so happy
I'll die
Ecstatic
Ecstasy

In my world
I can fly
In this world
I'll die

I'll die
The way that I live
Staring in the face of death

Beautiful
Beautiful
Mirror
I'm wishing that you'd never left

Submitted: Wednesday, July 09, 2014

Topic(s): self


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