Death's Price


Death come and claim me,
For I have no heart in this time,
And can no longer truely see,
For you claimed what was mine.

You have made life a dry desert,
With no hope for one drop of rain,
Leaving me completely inert,
Tell me just what do you gain.

Your eyes that glow with rage,
And that sinful grin on your face,
Casts no fear upon me within this cage,
For my fear there is only one wage.

You left me no one to say good-bye,
So take me now, for i wish to die.

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