Treasure Island

Zaria Fallenrise

(5/14/1997 / University City)

Falling


Falling Falling Falling (from the heavens)
When they cast me out (telling me to never come back)
Falling Falling Falling (never looking back)
I ran away from my past (of those angels)

My heart is neither broken (nor healing)
My eyes are neither blind (nor seeing)
My body is neither claimed (nor sold)
My soul is neither stolen (nor controlled)
My love is neither gone (nor everything)

My life is nothing (I cast away all my past)
Breathing this air (is like toxin to me)
Poison is all around me (I can’t even breathe)
Taking my breath away (I can’t control my body)
I’m struggling for my
I knew I know that
I’m
Falling Falling Falling

Without this universe (I’m nothing)
Without this realm (I’m no magic)
Without this reality (I’m imaginary)
Without this dream (I’m nightmare)
Without this world (I don’t know who or what I’m about)

I look through the crystal mirror (seeing if my reflection me any more lies)
Seeing me (different skin, face, disguise, person)
Like a masquerade (without my mask I’m nothing)
My ghostly white and shadow black hair
My golden blood red lips
My pale skin
My night sky eyes
I’m even more of a freak (crazy weirdo psycho)

Now I know that I’m
Falling Falling Falling
From heaven, to this world
I’m Falling
Into a world new world
I’m a different person

Looking at my face (like a mask that’ll never come off)
All I see is this pain (that’ll go away)
All I see is a girl (from my past)
All I see is a dream (from my nightmare)
All I see is me (nothing)

I don’t belong (in this world)
I can’t live (when I’m dying)
My thirst for blood (will never stop)
My hunger for power (to feast upon flesh)
Sound of crushing bones (cracking skulls)
Somebody set me free (just kill me)

Now I knew I know
That I’ve always been
Falling Falling Falling
Through time and space (forget my past, erase my present, fear my future)
Falling through this world
Through my darkest dreams (deepest fears and worst’s nightmares)
Falling through this sleep
Through my dying life and living death (undead wasn’t part of this plan)
Falling through my emptiness
Through all this horror and terror (I can’t get rid of the pain)
Falling through all my emotions in a void
Through everything (I’m just nothing)
Falling through me

I knew
That I’ve been the one
Who was always falling
Now I know
I’m
Falling Falling Falling

Nobody will catch me
I fell hard through the skies
I’m done playing these games
And I want out.

But it’s too late
Because
I’m
Falling Falling Falling Falling Falling (nobody save me)
Falling Falling Falling Falling (somebody kill me)
Falling Falling Falling (I’m dying)
Falling Falling (I can’t breathe)
Falling (I just fell)
Fallen.

Submitted: Monday, February 10, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, February 11, 2014

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