Rampage In The Mind
Silence blows in like a wind from the north, paralyzing everything, not a whisper, not a sound.
by Caressa Lucio
Searching, walking through a field of glass, the sun burning green from envy, the night a blinding white.
Grab my hand i will walk you home, our bodies cold and drained, eyes hypnotic, we are all stoned.
Facing tomorrow, the dogs teeth they show, animal dominates man, death strikes us like a snake, there was no warning, mothers stricken with sorrow.
Madmen come crawling from the sewage of carcasses, sanity is privilege that none of us earned, this is all we have become, evolution in reverse.
Pierced with an arrow you lick your wounds and drag on in a war with no ending, my garden is full of life so lush but like a soulless corpses my mind empty and decomposing.
Struck with stones one by one breaking you down, you have failed, the pictures of us faded with time as did the love we shared.
The old mans words come seeping from his fragile lips, a tale of life among the gods, only a side effect of the drugs.
How sick, these barbaric men, this is why women love women and leave the men to love men.
The female species is weak, we cower down in the presence of man, we eagerly give ourselves to men to use and dispose.
So here we are, the final test, lets fly away, like a crow from the nest.