Trapped in a Box ( Oh guilty Sky)
Trapped in A box (Oh Guilty Sky)
Trapped eternally in a dark box broken and shattered with no place to go
Strapped to one cold wall, nails digging through the cement outside I hear the river flow
Alas! Freedom I am unable to seize
And the days and night mingle and freeze
Share my cries oh guilty sky a century ago I had hope I could break free
And fly over the obscure dark skies watch the sun set in the crimson sea
My swollen eyelids have been worn staring at the devastating darkness
My wrists have shrieked in agony to the nails which drive them to madness
The walls enclose my body like a tomb tampering with the remaining shreds of sanity
A soul tortured daily for a century sealed away in a box beyond so-called humanity
Loneliness has turned the heart to stone and blood to dust
Yet freedom until now never tasted better than love or bloodlust
The scars and memories confess to the dark about the pain
And the skinny bones screech in agony under the deadly rain
Knuckles have bled to death as a thousand pleads have been said
The walls stained bloody red smile as the demons approach, unfed
Trapped homeless in a box endlessly feeling useless and hopeless
A feast for demons who sustain themselves on my darkness
The bloody devil has driven a stake through my heart
And pain sent my cries up to heaven which tore it apart
Alas! Will darkness turn to light?
Will Michael descend and end the fight?
Sing those lonely verses to the guilty sky
I’d be damned if someone listens there up high
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