Treasure Island

Gary Revel

(June 29,1949 / Florala, Alabama USA)

Mosh Pit


In the mosh pit
They thrust and drive
Pound and tumble
Fall and die

Suffer pain
To feel the life
That flows and ebbs
Within the strife

In the mosh pit
They find the reason
They live to die
They love to die
To live
In the mosh pit

In the mosh pit
They feel the blood
Flow through their veins
They feel alive
In death's refrain
In the mosh pit
They pray
God

Submitted: Monday, June 21, 2004

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