Tragedy At HandOnce upon a midnight dreary,Arose two hearts alive but weary.His was cold and cracked as ice,Hers was whole and full of life.Not once they thought they'd be together,Apart and silent both forever.A wish fullfilled but only half,He stood aside as she walked past.Another 'man' was in her sights,'His' heart was soft like thawing ice.But when outspoken of his care,She couldn't bring herself to bear,To leave the one she had ignored,No pain could two of them afford.The song was sung none could forget,Of those who need more than they get.Life was shared with hearts combined,No love stronger one could find.This happy ending was brought to you by:He who seeks a heart willing to be shared.
Fragment Wind was cold as usual, rare was it that warmth blew through dense mountain range. Ancient pine trees reached for the sky, though none would pierce rain laden clouds. Stars could be seen in empty patches of sky as if dozens of silver arrows were shot into the heavens and never fallen. Trampled leaves of autumn colors blew down from the mountains while the clouds began to cry, only increasing the multitude of small ponds amongst the pine bases. Roots ran deep and far, earthen floor almost bare entirely of foliage of any sort, save few lichens and light shrubs bearing small, red fruits. There was no moon, much to the distressed howls from the rock mountainside. The time was nearing when it would emerge from pale recluse of starlit void.
Something For The MassesThere was nothing like the darkness,Something false and harmless.Untill one day I met a bitch,Who was simply cold and heartless.Something deep inside told me to choke her,But sadness welled up and then I faltered.Her friends yelled out and brought me pain,For no reason but the one I was just another chain.If you know not of whom I speak,The lead your merry lives.For unknown wrongs I've done to her,I'll die a thousand times.For once I tried to be myself and God,He would not have it.So I was thrown behind a cage,To be flogged and whipped by those in rage.One day it seemed I found a light but it was nothing true.The leash was snugged and then the papers drew.A slave to such indignities and brought about for fun,Such scarred and battered flesh was born had never seen the sun.A Tether was bound to ankle tight to keep me not from their sight,So tight a bloody scar had formed as was around his heart.Too saddened I to put up any fight,Accepted the fate that soon I would