Azriel Dreams

(Died in a Fire and reborn as a Reaper / A Town called Passion)

No Return.


You can live and love and show your heart the best you can
the path show you love, loss and no return
was it true or just your take, why so blue and how did you lose your stake?

You bought into a life of struggle you had no choice,
you tried, you can and you’ll lose because it takes two not one.
It was nothing; it was a vision, a something that can have no return

A promise, a pledge, and a bond written on your Soul that says forever.
What is the break on a promise which was taken away so easily?
No return, you, you, you, me, myself and I that is the meaning of
No return.


Azriel

Submitted: Saturday, April 10, 2010

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