Ballet of LifeRibbons on my ballet shoes, frayedLet them fall where they please.Gracefully floating down,Folding over praising the ground.Let them fall where they wish.Pray for life to spring.Folding over praising the ground.Fall leaves now mulch and grey.Pray for life to spring.Beckon forth rays of sun.Fall leaves now mulch and grey.Stench of death fills the air.Beckon forth rays of sun,Break through clouds of rain.Stench of death fills the air.Life sprouting through decay.Breaking through clouds of rain,Gracefully floating down.Life sprouts through decay.Ribbons on my ballet shoes, frayed.
To the One I LostThe sunlight is but a glimmer that I seek in the dark shadows I dwell, there you were
as bright as the light I wished to have, you came to me, held me in your warmth. There in your arms I nuzzled in deep, inhaling your lively sent. I knew then what love was. Only to have the sunlight pull you back, and the darkness to keep me in its chains. Let me free so I can taste the sweet life that brews, lead me to the deepest of darks. Lend me Death's hand so someday I can love again.