A heart will freeze tonight
Everything will be out of sight.
Turn another page.
Release the mind,
From zero to the end of time.
Time has raped the mind,
Veins icy cold, trust undermined.
Feel the heart split
Intertwine the guilt.
Tears fall today,
Watching everything they need go away.
Sleep tight, sense the vibe,
calm before the clouds arrive.
Lost again, soul undone
Shadowed from the sun.
Another dream in black and white,
Eyes closed from the light,
Hope fades away
Another world turns gray,
Stunned, a beautiful rose taken away.
Never feeling the warmth of the day.
A heart will freeze tonight,
The rose withers out of sight.
Slowly fades away....
Another cause In the blind,
So cold is life's design.
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