A Beautiful DeathMature

It's about love, lust and, some could argue, addiction

She's someone with whom comparisons aren't easily done

She's more beautiful than heaven, burning brighter

than a million suns

The fruits I taste, sweeter than ever

How she shelters me, under the darkest weather

How can I revert to my life

When we held each other

When I was in the shiver of your embrace all night

Lessons learned, but I can never turn

Away from her, away from her eyes

I can't even recognise

Myself for my addiction

This is for her

The taste that is a beautiful death

But I find myself wishing for it anyway

I'd spend all of my days

Between her, struggling for another breath

If only I could stay a little while longer

Like an indian summer getting stronger

How can I move on, when your touch

Is the only thing I know

How can I turn back to reality

When your body refuses to reliquenish me

This is for her

The taste that is a beautiful death

But I find myself wishing for it anyway

I'd spend all of my days

Between her, struggling for another breath

The End

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