cortez the dark all seer


The Sin Of An Invisible Smile - Poem by cortez the dark all seer

As set on this throne within I know no joy

Ask I spick to you from another world they could only fail even still they try to make smile the butterfly's dance giving there all to make me smile but I can only smirk they could only fail

As I set on this throne within I know no joy

The stars cry all out. it will be ok even still they try baby fox paint my name in the sand believing if I remember everything I am and all done could smile never forgot they could only fail even still the butterfly's dance

As I set on this throne within I know no joy

As the winds of eternity blow though my soul even still butterfly's dance even knowing there is no hope here there is no faith here no one lost here we only find are self's I can only smirk they could only fail

As I set on this throne within I know no joy

As all things gave in to despair they look up even still butterfly's dance gave up even knowing that there was no hope then all things join their dance with I can only smirk they could only fail

As I set on this throne within I know no joy

As I fade away into the sky I could see stars join the dance why even smirk I only cry as butterfly's dance without hope make these hold onto faith feel shame as butterfly's dance

As I set on this the throne of one revered by all things within I know no joy

I know all they could only fail as butterfly's dance even with their last breath

as they fade away I know only this

The sin of an invisible smile


Poet's Notes about The Poem

with such short life's wasted it all dancing for me i mined heart's no this the price i was willing to pay gave up my smile for something greater but not for this -_- by dark all seer

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 30, 2012

Poem Edited: Saturday, September 1, 2012


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