Alexander Romanov

Rookie - 125 Points (23/02/1989 / Russia - Moscow)

A Tormented Soul - Poem by Alexander Romanov

Alone I live in a world of abhorrence and pain
All the torment & agony have driven me insane
Rivers of red blood slowly flow before me
Death, dread, & chaos is all that I can see
As doom-bringer, I stalk this scorched earth
A specter, cursed from the day of his birth
The bloody sun slowly crawls in the pitch-black sky
I cannot stand this wretched existence, O God let me die
I can feel, yes, I can feel the hatred boiling inside
For those because of whom many people I loved died
With the hatred & agony of mine, I shall burn my foes
Who turned my life into hell filling it with sorrows & woes
My rebellious fire will burn the throne & the palace hall
My unstoppable rage will lead my enemies to their downfall
An exile I roam in this world of sadness & gloom
Soon a bloody orchid on my grave will bloom
Shadows from my past keep haunting me
Why they just do not leave me & let me be
Tears of the sun are slowly falling on the ground
My soul is lost & my chilled body never will be found
In my wretched existence, pain is the only thing I feel & what I know
Pain is my everlasting companion that would never release me & let me go
So come & release me from my anguish once & for all
Come I plead and release out my tormented soul
Give me freedom, freedom from this suffering and pain
Now my essence slowly melts away in the drops of the heavenly rain

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    Poem Submitted: Sunday, February 11, 2007

    Poem Edited: Wednesday, January 12, 2011

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