Treasure Island

Leonid Gonzalez

(05/06/1977 / Laredo, Tx)

Odius


I have lived forever and I am all alone
My soul can't rest, I am the unknown
How my hearts breaks it can't take it anymore
I wait for death at my life's shore

At the edge of the world I shall wait
I know no love for I have learnt to hate
No left on this world no one left to roam
There is no one left to hear me bemoan

I was left behind, I was forsaken
I found out his name and my faith was shaken
I cried out his name to the heavens and
I knew it could never be the same

My angel is gone, she left me behind
I am forgotten, my light will no longer shine
I won't be judged, and I no longer mind
I will be alone upon this earth for all of time

My sun will never set, my mona will never climb
My eyes will never gaze upon heaven's divine
He took away my name, it's the price I paid
I am Sloth the living sin, the man with no Shade

Submitted: Sunday, May 22, 2011
Edited: Sunday, October 28, 2012
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