Angel's Plea

Nothing was so beautiful as watching her slumber in the stars

A beauty truly undying in winter's grace I'll kiss every one of her scars

Black snowflake of the angry skies where all of winter's dreams have lied

Just a harsh reminder of all the hallowed love where oceans have died



Turning and turning the world will soon die as flames covet the earth

Roses adorn my coffin whilst I sleep unwelcome in my black hearse

Angels lie in the atmosphere and symphonies are drenched in chill

But they know no limits of the rebirth, my everlasting will



Growing on the seeds of resentment, bearing the fruits of times past

How can bittersweet memories resurface when love still outlasts?





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