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The scene a cacophony of dreams
Each discordant bigotry essential to the symphony

And I am lost my anchor tossed into infinity
I can not stop sailing through eternity
And I am lost in the waves of humanity
I cannot stop this dash towards my destiny

Stage right my lover sings sweet melodies
Into the night we seek new harmonies
At last our lives know tranquility
Unbeknownst clouds approach holding tragedy

The lightning cracks on broken backs
The wrath is sweet to the hellish beast
It whets its appetite and late one night
My lover screams perverted dreams

And I am lost my anchor tossed into infinity
I can not stop sailing through eternity
And I am lost in the waves of humanity
I cannot stop this dash towards my destiny

Stage right in my youth I saw the light
With clarity I walked towards piety
Forsook the ram embraced the lamb
Now at the rim the path grows dim

With holy might the holy fight
And broken hearts and body parts
Stain the moon with its savage tune
As the cleric screams perverted dreams

And I am lost my anchor tossed into infinity
I can not stop sailing through eternity
And I am lost in the waves of humanity
I cannot stop this dash towards my destiny








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The following comments are for "I am lost"
by JackGrady

Life's Symphony
Jack,

This symphony was an experience to read, like classical music washing its waves over you in a storm spelling out the tradegy of life. The repeated crescendos rising in chorus as the tempest raged.

It worked, in short I liked it, a poetic masterpiece....

Ivor

( Posted by: ivordavies [Member] On: October 17, 2006 )





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