“Sunday Morning”

I will try to take you home.

Take you away from the world below.

Drive my car up your road,

only waiting for the rain to go.

Sunday morning rain is falling baby.

I don’t know if it’ll go away.

But I know I will be coming baby,

when sunday morning goes away.

I hope you won’t be sad

if I don’t come at all.

You have to understand,

that sunday morning won’t come at all.

And I hope you’ll stay,

when the rain goes away.

“To Whom It May Concern”

Look at me,

am I not good enough?

For your empathetic love?

I fought bulls

and slaughtered lambs.

So that you may touch my head

and say that I am saved.

But every time I bend my knees,

and curve my spine.

As my head touches the cold floor.

I hear only silence.

An annoying reminder

that you will not glance at me.

The bulls may as well fight me

and the lambs slit my throat.

All I’ll get from you

is a stone cold shoulder,

as cold as my body may be.

“Old Son”

See my old son

he’s moving away.

Wanted to chase

the blues away.

Always quite happy,

with food and some friends.

But never so lonely,

never had hate.

How?

How could he kill them all?

See my old son,

he’s holding his gun.

Pulling the trigger

he shot at the sun.

See my old love

he’s walking away.

Walking the green mile

while he said:

Why?

Why did I kill them all?

Why must the world now know;

to become a criminal,

mom had to see my go.

How?

How could you sit and see?

Kids slaughtered down by me.

If I could confess to God,

I’d make him protect my mom.

See my old mom

she’s crying away,

while the rope

suspends me mid-air.

“Spaceman”

There’s a man

stranded on the moon.

He cries,

for he’ll be dead soon.

He has broken

the laws of the sun-

He has stolen,

the heart of God.

He walks to the edge,

to the edge of the moon,

and he cries:

“save me soon”

He jumps to end,

the end of space,

and he sings

songs of fate.

There’s a man

flying through space,

he smiles

for he’ll be home again.

 

Every time..

Every damn time, when I think about it, I must always cry. That is the only way I can cope with it. Every memory I have about that night. Every memory is sealed in my brain, sealed in my blood.

When he came into my room, that was when I knew I couldn’t stop him. He moved slowly and gently, like a poisonous snake. The beast crawled into the bed, moving from my feet, upwards. My legs, my stomach, my chest, neck, and head, were all now controlled by him. So what else could I do? Fight him? No, he held my hands tight to his.

He kissed me. Oh how crazy! Who in this world kisses his prey before killing? You don’t see lions kissing zebras. So why did he have to kiss me? Leave a mark? Saying, “This one’s mine”? That is horrible, but what followed next was worse. The way he touched me, the way I had to touch him. If I really had a say in this I promise you I would’ve never permitted this.

I must say. I must really admit, that the only way I could keep myself from killing him, was the thought that soon it would be over. How foolish of me! It never was over, it never is. Now I must walk the streets of a filthy town, wearing filthy clothes and having that terrible thought that I. I! of all the other preys in this world, I had to be the one. The one who got taken by him, my own son.

“Cheek To Cheek”

We’ll be dancing, cheek to cheek

with the music turned up high.

And the melody will make us fly

in the room that is our life.

God will tell us all

“what a beautiful couple”.

God will show us all

what love really is.

And the world will float

on the river of the night,

I will sing a sweet song

about our married life.

God will play the piano,

a sweet, warm melody.

God will show us all,

that love still exists.

And when I see you in that dress,

in the dress that makes you smile.

I’ll caress you with my hands

while the clocks stop the time.

“Longing For The Stars”

I have never seen the moon shine so brightly,

my eyes will never be the same.

As the stars appear on the blue sky,

the sky that hides the universe.

And as the trees

grow in the shade;

so shall I,

living in darkness.

And as the moon

disappears;

So shall I,

into the night.

I have never felt so many emotions,

my heart will never be the same.

As the sun shows its face,

my hands will touch the sky.