Treasure Island

Autumn Winds

(July 22 1993 / Sanfrancisco, California)

Have You Finally?


Have you finally had enough?
Will this time be the last?
You had my trust and broke it
I gave my heart, you stole
And I know all things end
Even the good
But also the bad
What do you see through your eyes?
Do you wonder what I see through mine?
Have you finally had enough?
Will this time be the last?
Why do we do things we know we'll regret?
Why do we say thing we don't mean?
For a momentary triumph
Or a break before we're tired
Does the circle ever end?
Knowing we're born for fate
For strife, for love, for life
Have you finally had enough?
Will this time be the last?
Has your kingdom crumbled yet
With the words written on the walls?
A history of lessons and falls
And still it comes again
The secret heart encased in ice
Will stay forever more.
But I think this time is your last
I like you've had enough
With unspoken words
And hidden messages
All elude you to the day
And in the end is new beginning
At the end of night there's day

Submitted: Monday, April 15, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, April 16, 2013

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