The Silver Mountain

June 15, 2009
By Jon Asheim BRONZE, New City, New York
Jon Asheim BRONZE, New City, New York
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The Silver Mountain


In day and night the bombs, they burst
Enrage the army who bombs in the rain
And light the silver mountain cursed

And who is the one that feels the worst?
The terrified soldier who bleeds in vain
And light the silver mountain cursed

The silver cracked by the screams heard first
By the terrified soldier that dies in vain
And light the silver mountain cursed

As the bombs grew brighter, and the silver mountain immersed
It split into pieces, split like a vein
In day and night the bombs, they burst

And the sight of the silver mountain had quenched the thirst
Of the bloodthirsty army that roars their name
And light the silver mountain cursed

Inside the silver mountain the bombs lay submersed
In the sounds of death and terror that drove them insane
In day and night the bombs, they burst
And light the silver mountain cursed



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