Ace Of Black Hearts

(04/17/1984 / Homa Lousiana)

I'm Still Smiling


The song is not over till I say so.
I painted the river that is flowing.
So go ahead and try to destroy it.
Do it, do your worse.
Happily ever after.

Too soon and not long enough.
The stuffing is already coming out.
And this bear was just sewed up.
You defiled all my hard work.
How dare you, think I'm ever gonna stop?

A heart beat is not something that just drops.
It takes time, a hill longing to be climbed.
Above running through the grassy meadows.
You can't destroy this day.
No matter how hard you try.

I'm still smiling.
Till the day I die.
You can't just kill what is inside.
The sleeping giant.
You made him all the larger.
With your words already forgotten.

Fortune grows in the stormy snows of tomorrow.
Hate me, love me, just don't ever get close to me.
Your touch is poisonous.
Your spirit is ravenous.
It just won't let up.
Even with a good meal fed.
A vulture of the unending feasting off both the live and dead.
Do the rotten taste better?
Why can't you just control your self and try not to hurt anybody else?

Submitted: Sunday, May 12, 2013
Edited: Monday, May 13, 2013

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  • Rookie - 562 Points Unwritten Soul (5/12/2013 10:01:00 PM)

    Growing and flowering rose near to trash field will never make rose producing odor..Rose will keep it soothing scent even the smelly surround is dominant..till end it will always and still smiling, and you are doing the same...good for our grace and life_Soul (Report) Reply

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