Alaskan Hell

Can't go back memories collapsed embarrassed from life
Dirty looks that can split your soul in half
Leaving the equator dividing and conquering your whole existence
Ran the marathon but felt like I lost in the end
No home no family oh God who took the baby?
Doorknob's broken key is copied and hell is imprinted on me
Tears turned into liquor sweat and my heart turned into an Alaskan hell
Cold, empty and ready to unleash what the heavens made it to be
Lost time, bent ideas, terror dreams, dusty bed, red eyes and amazing life
Screams that come from every direction
Diluted friends, love gets abducted and now I'm in its absence
My fault for being a puppet, hunger and fear is what keeps me bound to these strings, help is a parallel hologram a phrase that can't be recognized, seen or done in this Alaskan hell
Eyesight taken, love stolen, lips numb, stomach is turned, and skin is bleeding from the fires in the depths below
Air has left my body, it runs on the disappointed smoky fumes from the cigarettes I burn
Acceptance is when you realize when and what you have lost and your role in this life
Can't close my eyes to pretend it's all a dream
When opened they leave scars and threats in the daily press stamped by the devil
I once was humble but closed my eyes and cried when they opened when I woke in this Alaskan hell

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