Suicidal Happiness

(The graves in my mind)

Wedding In Black


Visions ecstasy fades to black
It’s hard because your sight doesn’t come back
Memories come and memories fade
Even if I had everything in the world I can’t be saved
Once upon a time I fell in love
Now my heart is empty and drained of blood
Why do I abandon all the light?
It’s finally gone and out of sight
Hatred is everything, in my heart
But heart stopped beating and now it won’t start
Happiness is a place you visit, depression is home
People crowd me but all I want is to be left alone
Perceptions and religion are the killers in my mind
Everyone has them and they all break over time
I believe that suicide is self-righteous and there is no such thing eternity
I believe that everyone at some stage summons death just like me
One day I will stand at an altar, but never dressed in white
I’ll be the one dressed in black, to hide away from away the night
I will wait for the one I’ve always loved to take away my life
Death and I will finally be pronounced, forever man and wife

Submitted: Sunday, August 18, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 19, 2013
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