Spring's Enslaved Beauty


Silent Masquerade


Fallen cherries come out to play
On the lustfull lips I will kiss
In a sinfull daydream
That is so innocent and inviting
Come play with us
The brokenhearted
The suffering and alone
A flavorful lie filled to the core
Of your lustful loss and my sinful scorn
Be careful for what you wish for and desire
Unlock the pain from within
And let your walls shatter within
Kissed in hell's cold mirror
Underground unveiling something
For your greatest desire
Come now my darling we will
See the sinful solitude of my
Bleeding heart's enrapture because
Lying and cheating are sinful
But neither one is faster
Onlookers watch from hell's
Glittering gates because
We are the fools now
In this silent masquerade

Submitted: Sunday, July 29, 2012
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