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Can You Hear Me?
Hello, Hello? Can anybody hear me,
Awoken to a nightmare,
My tired eyes denied soothing dream.
Scream so loud I feel my ears bleed,
Tumbling down, down,
I fear what will wake when I reach shallowed sleep.
Help me, I am begging, Won't just one person offer me a hand?
Have I fallen so far in ebony depths I am forever stuck in Hell's sand?
Reaching for another faint light,
As its' flicker begins to increase,
What I was sure would be my guide Has left me a victim for the Beast.
Where Am I, I can't see,
It's damn cold here in my forgotten sea.
My voice raspy from my ever constant plea.
Alone again, Alone I am!
Have I found my purpose at last,
Once I meant to be a meaning But that me fades with my past.
Stumbling over unseen trips, I fail to catch myself this time.
As I crash through my created cell I wish to change my darkened life.
But lights are dim and burning out,
One by one extinguishing I shout,
Just one more cry just one more try,
I beg for the answer to the question WHY???
And my stars are silent as their lights die,
My cue to lay down once more,
To shut my lifeless eyes