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Unforgiven

 

On a starless night

When the cold wind bites

When the leaves fly and scatter away

I walk alone on an empty boulevard

Echoes of foreign sounds surround me

The trees sway to a ancient dance

The sea crashes against the shore

Venting her fury against the mobile rocks

The pitiless waves beating into my soul

The clouds turn dark with anger

Thunder and lighting rage across the darkened sky

Rain pelts the earth with untold fury

I walk alone in the rain

Drenched to the very deepest, darkest depths of my soul

Angry white swirls of unforgiving snow and ice

Freezing everything in their path

Giant pine trees looking above

Silent and grave

Every mute against the cold

Bleak white all around

You left me this way

Why ?

I implore you

Why ??

You left the pieces of my soul

To scatter like leaves on a windy day

Worthless and uncared for

My life slips away

Like sand through a sieve

You killed me with your betrayal

No deadly poison was needed

And now, I say my goodbye

But beware, my love

I will return ...

As you will call me back.

 
boulevard  

A broad city street, often tree-lined and landscaped

   

 

implore  

to ask someone to do or not do something in a very sincere, emotional and determined way

     
 
 

     

To Mum

Unforgiven

A woman's handbag

Acid Rain

Runaway

On the outside, looking in

Rain

Saying so much by saying so little

Inspiration

Wish

 

Love and Roses

Edge of the night

Our song

Think about it

Be my Valentine

Dedicated to F

Down flight

If

 

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