The Poisoned Waters

It's about how dark and strange love can be

Our instincts tainted by poison, willing prey to the heartless

I'm not to blame, but I failed to reject the dark

Trust broken by the water's lust, and I drank from the river's deep

Heaven and hell merge as one, and in the night my heart will spark

I'm not to blame, but I refuse to stop

Why fight a battle we can never win

I can't pretend to loathe my actions anymore

 

Why should I carry on to exist in a lie

Why should I dry the poisoned waters

Why should I let the last spark flicker and die

I can't deny, how I love to lose my conscience tonight

 

The mirage, the illusion of love falters to endure

Instincts again lured to the trap and the lure

Because the circles of Hell are heaven in my eyes

Beauty forms from the nature of the beast

I wish to merge and lose my heart tonight

 

Why should I carry on to exist in a lie

Why should I dry the poisoned waters

Why should I let the last spark flicker and die

I can't deny, how'd I love to lose my conscience tonight

 

The craving turning my heart feral and ravenous

The waters whipped up into frenzy, this love is dangerous

Savage and unpredictable, but dark, malicious and beautiful

My thoughts concentrate as one, The last pretense will fall 

The End

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