Treasure Island

Mario Giron

(09/26/91 / San Bernadino, CA)

Thy Glorious World

Twist and Turn
The calories you burn
Won’t help you fall asleep tonight
My dear, it’ll just turn back into fat
Don’t try to dim the lights
The monsters are under your mat
Demons they are
Secrets you tried to keep back
Revealed now
By those who became your Cassius, Brutus
Dearest friends of old
They needed someone to tell
Of Thy glorious world

Amicable foes we are all
When slumber slays
We bring light to truth

Shiver and Scream
The knife is in your back it seems
The sweet tragedy
You are not wronged
Praise to Cassius to Brutus
For your demons can now be slain
(Though they have the same blame)
All are corrupt
By their glorious world
They forget
That they sleep
On a worldly bed

Submitted: Saturday, October 18, 2008

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