Treasure Island

Ricardo Antunes

(02/11/1982 / Springfield, Massachusetts)

Static Grimace To A Frown

Static Grimace To A Frown

Always Stay The Future
Away The Distant Cry

A Gift Ravaged In
Upon The Thorn Edge

Nowhere Out Fast
Inside The Outside

Life As A Second
Rise Again Hope

Standing Ovations
Lowered Curtain Call

The Heart Beat Pressures
Deafens As Mask

Looking Far Below
Away The Far Going

Beyond The Shutter Speed
Thoughts That Shudder Clash

The Ceaseless Ever Wake
In Mind Between The Cracks

In The Walls And The Floors
Up Above Through The Space

Of A Mind In Fatigue
Adjoined To Me A Love

As The Rhythm Of My Heart
Stay The Course For A Life

As Enmeshed As A Breath
To Tie A Bow Into Knots

The Mindfullness Of Family
The Better Ever Thought

Down To Silence To A Past
When What's Open Is The End

A Fasting Broken Hinge
Exit Stage Wrong

Submitted: Monday, September 09, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
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