jeremy anderson

Desperate Voices

as the night consumes the day
i sit restless as i rot and decay
my blood runs red my soul so dead
all fear and agony which i dread
i wake in the dark forever lost
into worlds of ice and frost
the skies bleed black as i fade
all the promises you betrayed
the roots grow under a bitter land
as i hold the gun in hand
i'll end this horror all this hate
all the darkness my eyes potray
the wings rip on the black gates
as i descend upon my fate
i hear them mourn to my end
'we'll truly miss our dearest friend'
in forest of ancient winds
let the summoning of death begin
words of sorrow corrupt my heart
my time to leave my will to depart
in my mind so frail and weak
these innocent words you used to speak
the tears of angels fall from grace
in the darkness where we embrace
your words run cold in my memory
eternally intwined in misery
smothered by despair i weep in terror
am i just one of your fathers errors?
screaming to recover from the pain
our spirits wander in worlds so vain
we heed the light upon our hands
destroying all the unwanted brands
the signs so clear none left behind
we sleep forever so lost and confined
i break my chains as we seperate
all the visions which you can relate
i ask for you to take me away
from this world with no light of day
in cloaks of hope and desperation
your throw my heart into devistation
as you ignore my innocent plea
you turn away and forever flee....

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 15, 2007
Poem Edited: Saturday, April 9, 2011

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  • ~ Soldier ~ ~girl~ (4/8/2008 11:31:00 AM)

    wow this great i hope you find your true love you sound like a great person keep up the great work

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