PityPityPity yourself, and the greying skyPity the birds as they fly,With oil smothering their wings.Pity the animals that scurry the groundFinding food plentiful,In all the tin cans.Pity each other, pity us allPity all our luxuries,As they each up in the sea.
LifeLifeLife. Death.No one knows exactly what this is about.Scientists can only hazard a guess,But even these seem petty compared to the real thing.Some are scared of death. But life is probably worse,We entered this world screaming and crying,Do you think we're a happy race?Life and death cannot be explained by science so easily,So quickly as gravity or the sun.We are destroying this world,Along with our lives,Yet does this make us any happier upon birth?Life is truly a most disastrous thing indeed.
Sense of LossSense of LossAs I sit, in this stifling classroomMy chest has a dead weight living inside of it.I wonder what on earth could be wrong,What could be happening right now?What gives me this sinking feeling in my heartSuch weird feelings we get,When it feels something is not right,Yet no one ever believes you when they occur.What is this world coming to?As I sit in this stifling classroom.
where is my mind?This water is icily cold,As it seeps through my clothesMy only means of solitudeIn this blue-black swirling mass of emptiness,I watch as all the air from my lungsDrifts slowly upwardsLeaving my body and all life left within itIt's over.My mind drifts to everything that has ever happened;The taunting, the threats, the fights, my daily happeningsFor what cause?For what reason?Love…It's not my fault I loved youYet still I find myself sinkingInto this dark abyss of icy waterLeading to nowhere.What was wrong with our love?I feel my eyes drift closedIt was none of their businessWhy did they care so much that…?I loved another girl…As I slowly drift down,Through the now warm waterEverything stops.I wonder..."Where is my mind?"
Roy's Last WordsRoy's last wordsIf they hadn't of comeI whisper softly in your ear,Then you wouldn't have done what you didAnd I wouldn't have this fearNow I fear that it will all be overAnd I only just got to know you,I sit and hold you closelyPlease don't make my fears come trueOnce upon a time I would've wished this upon youBut I fear it was heard too late,For when I love you dearlyThey pronounce this as your fateYou jumped in the way of meWhen the ambush came around,You clicked your fingers onceAnd the fire spread across the groundIt burned at their scarred fleshIt licked at their faces so scared,They cried aloud in such anguishI swear the towns must have heardYet amidst the confusion, a gun sound was heardAnd I looked up to see you smiling sweetly,Your arms were crossed, your posture bentThe blood dripped to the ground discreetlyYou grimaced and fell; the look on your face said it allI caught you and cried until the sunrise came into view,You looked at me lovingly and w