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The Last HourWhen the final bell tolls, where everything is dark.Has the last hour struck, gone swift as the lark?In the end where nothing matters, are we destined to fall and die?Or shall we find a place, where eternal souls can fly?Whether bound for it or not, here in darkness I weep.Kept from the mighty purchase, comforted by sleep.Lost in daily ramblings, never straight on course.Loving momentarily, living in remorse.Bound by fate and tragedy, darker days grow still.Watching as the world goes by, from behind the window sill.Peace eternal everything, just outside my reach.Drifting souls among me, deafened to my speech.Fuel the fire burning, of everlasting pain.Forgive not your enemies, till by your hands they're slain.Live not for today, and die not for tomorrow.When all the world lives and dies in fitful tears of sorrow.Now at the ending trail bound in darkness fall.Fighting out against the world, oppressed by each and all.Chain the power deep inside to keep it from return.Lo
Dreams of Aquan AngelsIt was night. The grass was soft underneath my feet. Leaning on a shoulder, someone led me away from my misery. With eyes closed, I know not how far we traveled. Only that the longer we were on foot, the lighter I felt. As if someone had taken all of my troubles away. I could only guess at who was guiding me, weary as I trudged mile after mile to who knew where. Soon, the sound of the ocean brought me to my senses some what, though I still walked on in silence, following they who would take me away.When at last, after what seemed like an eternity, we stopped. A small light had penetrated the darkness of my heavily sagging lids, invading on my moment of peace. Wearily, I opened the burdened bags to find myself in a shallow, dimly lit cave.My eyes burned in the light, feeling like they hadn't been opened in days. Coupled with the sting of the salty air, they watered so intensely that it obscured what little untouched vision I had. Sleep deprived me of my sight, having been mostly unco