Sandman's CurseMr. Sandman pleaseListen to my pleasFor dead of night is so relaxingBut its enjoyment can be so taxingFor not but moonlight can I seeWhat sadistic fun you get to torture me?Let me run in the illusion of dreamsFor shut eye black is not what it seemsOh, Mr. Sandman let me sleepFor even death is better than my weep
We kill angels, because they are angelsHere we meet a broken soulA heart that has since been locked awayEmotions that remain sourBut she never wanted to be this wayWhat seems like ages pastShe was a kind beingWho had her heart openAnd wanted that to be seenAnd as long as peopleReturned her kindness with suchShe would never struggleShe would never punchBut although many were kindMany were filled with maliceAnd their empty hearts wereSecured through much callusSo when her heart opened to theirPoison daggers of hateThrown into her chestLike the cruel hand of fateThen, like a twigShe snapped into twoAnd her heart closed upAnd only the wise flewFor many think it impossibleFor a kind and caring person to be meanBut kind people are worse than the rudeAnd their angry side has yet to be seenFor the truth is we’re brokenBut our spirits are strongAnd if and when you break themYou have done something wrongFor to break the spirit of a kind personWith your evil, pettiness and spiteNot even another
From Inside the WindowOutside the windowOf the warm enclosure I’m withinBeyond the dead tree that grows in the springBlooms in the summerAnd dies in the autumnPiles upon pilesOn the cars in the lotAnd on the roof of the housesLies the icy snowThat fell from the foggy cloudsLike powdered sugarAnd the Earth is the cakeA pretty sightThe snowBut living here it never lastsAs the hour soon comesAfter the snow stops fallingAnd melts into water once again.
JulietSince the day I was a young boyYou and your brother were my first real friendsYour brother has passed years agoAnd it seemed you would follow suitBut I never predicted such an endTo such a beautiful creature as youAs your voice was softBut your hiss was sharpAnd both sounds I will miss so dearlyAs the feel of you coatA beautiful black coatWith white pawsFor your sharp, sharp clawsBut a cuddle so warmOne could care lessBut now you’re goneAnd although we have introduced new cats to the houseThey’ll never take your placeYou were a bitchI’ll be honest in thatBut you were the princess of felinesSo rest well your highnessAnd may your heavens shine brighterThan the beacon in my darkness