Akshay Basavaraj

I Killed Thy Saviour

Bleeding through pain and remorse in my life
FIghting with wounds during my strife
I bleed red and I leave my body cold
Pain inside my heart and never to be told

But I look out and see them cry
Questioning and wondering as to why
For no fault of mine I see them in pain
Tears fall from their eyes like monsoon rain

They beg you for in their hour of need
But you instill them with the greed
That made you a fool and a taker
And you call yourself their maker

You took my one love who filled my heart
You took her away and you tore her apart
For she was no sinner but an angel of Good
The reason you claimed her would be never understood

I saw you bring injustice to this world
You were to be our saviour but not this fool you've turned into
Your the reason for pain and injustice of this world
THis world I live and where I shall die
Before I surpass you I shall ask you why
Why won't you show up and face me
And I swear with thy blade I shall bring you to your knee
For you took what was left to be good of us
And you turned your back upon us
I shall cut you in half and make this world beautiful
For every dropp of your blood shall turn to trees
Your carcass shall be made into a forest
Your spirits into rain that would fill the world with joy
And bring peace to what would be eternal chaos

And my love I avenge thy death for it wasn't deserved
I love you till my last breath and I shall always do
Buh I'd no choice but to kill thy saviour
so I killed thy saviour I killed thy saviour
I killed thy saviour for he wasn't one

I killed thy saviour I killed thy saviour
I killed thy saviour I killed thy saviour
for he wasn't one

Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 21, 2008

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  • Akshay B (9/26/2008 3:12:00 AM)

    brother its mre of how ppl misuse religion for injustice n well its a gothic rock song 4 my band to play :)

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