The Silent Soul

Two diamonds closed in the body of a lonely boat
Unstoppable pain, she felt
Oh dear the silent soul
Pouring poison for withered flowers

Butterflies no longer colored, represent feelings
Wander off nowhere, lost in freedom
Oh dear the silent soul
Howling in coiled cloth

To the castle sits on a rocky crag
Black clouds staring down
Oh dear the silent soul
Iron ore on a little shoulder

A sunflower locked inside the golden chest
Crying over the broken key
The silent soul whispered,
"Hush inside, the courage of Zeus"

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