No Longer Alone


Battered, shaken, god-forsaken,
All of your abuse we've taken.
On our own: we’re left alone,
Against the heartlessness you've shown.

We stand in rain amidst our pain,
Each step an agonizing strain.
But through the years we face our fears,
And blink away our unshed tears.

If you only knew what we've been through,
You would understand it, too.
We can't succumb; we must be numb,
And ignore the Beast we’re running from.

We set our sights upon the light,
Shining through our endless night.
Our one ambition; our one mission,
To see that glorious transition.

To finally be fully free,
To end our blindness and to see,
That battlefield where we shall wield
Our gold-emblazoned sword and shield.

We shall be that triumphant three,
To show you what it is to see.
Our home, our land, you'll understand,
That we have lent a helping hand.

We love you all; we shall stand tall,
And if you need it we shall fall.
Upon the field where we shall wield
Our gold-emblazoned sword and shield.

Will risk it all; just send the call,
And in the end we shall stand tall,
We three have known a heart of stone.
No longer are we left alone.

We three have sown a bond of stone.
No longer are we left alone.

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