The Boundary Between Light and Despair ~Hikari to zetsubō no sakaime
Hikari to zetsubō no sakaime~"The Boundary Between Light and Despair"
And the stars have faded into the night
Bloody moon shivering in search for light
And when the pain massacres the child
Do you know that when it strikes there is no place to hide?
And as Lucifer begged for mercy at the end of days
Your salvation is stringed up with the dark ways
And as the clock ticks announcing midnight
Lord death will descend to claim his right
And as the glory of the angels fade
And when all thee’ precious will be lost under the rain
Know that prophecies are only sources of disdain
And as the behemoths hunt and raid
And as you watch all what you cherish fade
Will you fall to your knees and kneel?
Or savor the taste of my blade made of steel?
Forged into the depths of Hades, will you scream?
And as love and faith’s light disappears like a dream
Will you embrace me and the darkness?
Will you bow to the mistress of madness?
Will you open up to the demon of treacherousness?
Heaven knows I thought things would be different
Yet life and death are like a poisonous serpent
Heaven knows darkness once had a reign at some point
Yet here you stand with your blade sharp to point
And you swear to stab it through my heart
And rip out my heart that was dark all from the start
But If I am the source of all evil how come I fell
How come my knees trembled under love’s spell?
And if I am the face of death and deceit
How come when it’s time comes to take my life you declare defeat?
And if the fates like tossing around with our hearts just for fun
I know my love for you has been loaded like a gun
And I ask for the last time: who will mend your scars
When everything is lost even the guidance of the stars
Will you join hands will me as your world falls apart
And mine, the world of chaos and death comes to life
Will you embrace the dark side of me as your world sinks in strife?
Will you watch with disdain as people you love are torn apart?
All love must fade, as the darkness embraces
And even a lover withers along with those deadly faces
All things in life must wither, and love
Must die as the black morning dove
Sings its last sonnet declaring defeat
As it watches the light it cherished retreat