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July 9, 2007

Invincibility's Lie

life flowed through my veins;
love and emotion called my heart home.
music would call their movements
they would twirl, dance, and float.

but my brain has a foul process it can apply
that shuts off all of this emotion's power supply.
it leaves me naught but a shell;
perfectly unhurt, but horribly cold.

this coldness reveals the invincibility's lie,
these memories call me back to the fold.
I must show my brain the light;
only with its blessing with my frozen heart be free.
only then will the color flood the world again.

Posted by Trevor Savage at July 9, 2007 4:38 PM


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