Fritzner Erauda

(February 10th,1990)

The Unheard Song


The lost voice of misery
Was truly missed
Scattered in clouds of pain
Mislead the track of sanctity
Maybe afraid or obsessed
Hesitant to rain

Tales of ancient
Are carved on stone
Time made it brilliant,
Envious I am, alone
Awing...not covenant

No one’s hearing
I’m down I’m prone

Sigh of my breath
Played song on cithara
Stringed its depth
On notes of sufferer

But no one’s hearing
I’m down I’m prone

Eyes of heaven
Were clogged and sleepy
Now all of a sudden
Kept silent and creepy
No hope No hope
Let rain downpour
Give chance once more
I’m down, I’m prone..

Submitted: Friday, December 12, 2008

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