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Life Ain't Easy When You're A Mythical Creature

Life Ain't Easy When You're A Mythical Creature
By Beneath My Heart on 09/08/2008
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She feels lonely…
We felt abandon…

She wears a hood cloak hiding a self-image of a monster
Despising herself
A life without meaning is my life without a lover

Driven by hunger for normality, her body had illness telling a story
The world acts like beast
I watched her crawl beneath anger and agony

Spinning around in circles, the air was cold enough for a better embrace
Black tears run down her porcelain skin
Shallow and deep, she weeps behind her undead face

Kisses were not from her mother and hugs were not from her father
I was her only escape and kin
She wanted love; I was the only one who gave it better

“Does your God forsakes’ me?” as she hopelessly say
In our beauty, we thrive
“If God did not love, she wouldn’t be my cliché.”

How magical I thought it was, she went into my arms to fully adjust
There’s just no reason to let hate bring her down
Kissing and caressing, I’m the only one she can trust

I know at times it must be hard for her to live in an unnatural condition
Look away! Turn away! I don’t!
When I look at her I only see a gift from heaven…

From The Bottom Of My Heart

© By Beneath My Heart On 9/8/2008 2:32:45 PM
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