The light was fading in every direction,
Begging for flame,
Begging for forgiveness,
Begging to provide light,
Begging and pleading to float in the air,
Begging now to be replaced by fear.
It hung in the guns of the soldiers,
It hung in the twinkle of ones eye,
It drifted from home to home,
Killing and killing until there was no happiness left in a heart,
There wasn´t another eye but one with Fear,
One without light, One with flooding pools of tears.
There we sat, the two of us,
The only ones left unharmed,
Until the light struck the door,
Evil tearing us apart,
Taking me protective, far away,
My face was screadming,
My hand and feet were fighting,
My ears were dying.
What was dwelling with that sour taste,
For two and a city to be decomposed,
The world was spinning faster,
New York collapsing,
Two rivers creating a blur,
Having to tumble halfway around the Earth.
Then, I awoke...