You are always on my mind, every second, every minute. I'd never forget those moments we shared together. It's like I'm counting all these moments apart. Even if this world will turn us insane. No matter how much pain.
I love you and I always will, forever and always. Nothing can ever take these feelings away from me. You are inside my body and my soul. Every breath and every move I make is for you.
Our love will bloom like a spring flower I promise you my love and I all I have to give you. For all eternity it will never fade away. I promise you my heart. to keep, forever yours...
Sometimes I miss you. Sometimes I really miss you. Other times I am craving for you, And occasionally my heart squeezes longingly so. Should I dream of you, I would want you to dream of me too, To be connected in a way beyond your lovely hands touching my side, And just maybe, that divine upon my skin.
“Since childhood. Bruce found himself bound by the pain and misery of this world, surrounded by Death itself. Though too young to fully comprehend, he knew he was different from other children. He wasn't a typical boy, playing with soccer balls and falling asleep to fairy tales read before bedtime. No. He was the type to lay his head down and stay deathly silent. The loner who prefers to sit in a corner than share and play with the other children. The observer, forever watching in silence, gripped by his own fear to face reality.
Every day he would walk through the graveyard, basking in the comforting silence, feeling the familiar cold air taking his hand, leading him to that other place... far away from his waking nightmare... far away from Death.
Bruce found the dark and gloomy place hauntingly beautiful, filled with stories and wonder. A befuddling calm emanated from that place, filling him with a sense of refuge... just as home should be. He would spend endless hours there, resting atop the long black grass. Piercing eyes witnessing the sweet rapture of the immense grey sky as Death danced around him, kissing his forehead, whispering sweet lullabies in his ears.
He lay awake, living only on the inside, in his own internal world.
A world as fragile as the heart of a child. And yet still he felt something missing... he knew he couldn't remain there forever. Because when his eyes open to the world, and saw no one was there, he would die again...”
The moment I was put to Death I watched my world unfold; And took it in one failing breath Amid the sinking cold. I saw the waters part for me, The prison walls come down; And held my head up gallantly. Prepared myself to drown. The war drum beat in unison With my unstable heart, While I marveled at the passion of It's long-forgotten art. Then quick, the noose, with bitter force Was tightened 'round my neck, 'til blood began to change its course and surge along the wreck. I felt the world dissipate In a white, magnesium flash, And blind, began to levitate Into the bidding Past. And felt the warmth of gentle seas Lull still the vessel tossed. Now silent in the reverie Of new beginnings lost Then soaring high above, I left My shell that winter morn. The moment I was put to Death Was the moment I was born.
The waves of lies crash down on us How will we survive? There's no where to run No where to hide How will we survive the cold and the pain? The hunger and fear As our time of death draws near Give in Give up Forget it, nothing can save us Nothing can save us now There's nothing left for us This world so cruel So deceiving It blinds us with its light Making us think there's a reason that we're here We've strayed too far from our faith To follow the light That was a mistake And for that we must suffer Through this endless pain That binds us tightly to our fate