Treasure Island

Unic Cjonr

(Capriborn 73)

Burning Ash Black


The candle witch burns my sheets.

In and between my thorns.

Fires the sight in hell, ash black.

My heart on ice.

My blood is poisoned.

I am prevented.

I am indented.

Love cannot assault the attack.

I am broken for the sake of feeling alive.

I am damaged.

I am good not.

I want to feel why live is real.

Can I begin to be more being.

Why can I not smell the seeing.

The truth is not for me.

I will not tell.

My lies are walled inside the rusted gates.

In the deepest shaft of hell.

I will never walk any moon

Nor do I want the cure.

To light as pure.

I will not hide.

I have six to a side.

You do not have to worry.

I am not one bit sad for sorry.

I do scream.

In my dreams.

Where my tears are torn.

With the butterflies.

Burning ash black.

Beyond the path of death.

In the clear blue skies.

Submitted: Sunday, November 03, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 04, 2013
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