The Waltz of the Dead Girl

Morbid up to the core under the falling rain

She was destined to drown in her excruciating pain

[…]

Silenced, and bruised life spared her no bone

And when she was on all four it would throw a stone

Watch the gush of blood get smeared by her tears

Observe her heart as it’s being eaten up by her fears
//

Silenced and shackled she remains in my head

Screaming aimlessly demanding to join the dead

Swaying, like a pendulum she speaks of hate

Rage, and betrayal, how her heart took the bait
//

In the end she was left, broken, beyond repair

And life has vowed not an inch of her soul to spare
//

So she dances, that broken dance of hers

Bleeding silence with every note and every verse

YET TONIGHT –

The night shines, promising agony and despair

Lifting the dancer’s spirit, only to fragment her

Like a broken tainted Ming vase she shatters

With cries that echo& which the wind smothers
//

So she dances under the moonlight that nibbles on her skin,

The waltz “of a girl without a dream”

Drenched in her own stagnant pond of filthy mundane sin,

Swaying to the melody of her own silenced scream
//

She drifts, shattering into the arms of her long awaited death,
Which tangles her hair as the wind lets out its poisonous breath
Naked, to the world, invisible to her own pain

~ [Watch her fall- Finally breaking] ~

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Rusti Mccollum 3 years ago from Lake Oswego, Oregon

What a great job! I LOVED it!


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Uriel 3 years ago from Lebanon Author

Thank You Rusti :) I am glad you liked it :3


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marwan asmar 3 years ago from Amman, Jordan

The music is simply out of this world..........................wow, exquisite, am writing as I listen and can't get enough


Dolley 20 months ago

You really found a way to make this whole prcseos easier.

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