ShatterIt's like I don't know youAfter everything we've doneI love youWith all my heartAnd as much as I tryI know I'll never stopWith one kissYou shattered my worldEntirelyBut those lipsYou kissedWeren't even mine.
The Secret-KeeperHe's hiding something,You can see it in his eyesAnd the way he silently wanders-Pulling you into his web of lies.There's something he won't sayBecause he's afraid to cause you pain.But he hurt you once, he'll do it twice.After all, he has nothing else to gain.Trust me, you don't want to know.Just too bad you've been a fighter for so long.And you have to see what stands in the wayOf your life returning, full and strong.When you found out why he had to leave,It really felt that nothing could get worse.He hates it when he sees you cry,But he should've known-It's just the Secret-Keeper's Curse.
Yesterday's Gazette.Feeling lostAnd abusedCheatedForgottenLike an oldNewspaperFor that one dayI was of interestThen night cameAnd you didn't want meNot anymoreThe sun risesMorning bringsAnother paperYes, that's rightTake it in your armsDevour itFind everything withinEvery dayIt's just another paperOne you sayYou needYou can't live withoutBut watchTomorrowThey'll join meIn the trashcanWaitingHopelessly waitingWantingJust to be foundLoved.
The Devil's SongThou darest tear us apart,Take a knife and slay thy heart.Pain thou has wished upon thee-Suffer it now and fall on the knee.The Power of Thy Love now is thine,Thy Life begone - now it is mine.
A Cold NightA bird flies over the horizon as the sun begins to set, leaving an orange ray of light over the sand. The ocean glows a deep blue, the waves splashing over a young woman's feet.The mushy sand covers her bare feet, a feeling both disgusting and comforting. It sends shivers down her spine, as does the cold California evening breeze. Her long blonde hair offers little warmth, nor does the sweater her boyfriend had given her two weeks earlier.Cars zoom by on the highway, so close and yet so far away.Se stands in the sandy water silently, waiting for him. Waiting to hear his footsteps as he comes up behind her. Waiting to see his face, surrounded by his dark-brown hair.Waiting to feel warmth as he wraps his arms around her.Her phone vibrates in her pocket, pulling her from her thoughts."Hello?" she says into the phone.The voice of a worried friend replies, "They found him, Megan. They found him."There is no question of who he is, of who they are. All she knows is that something terr
The Truth.They told me once"The Truth will set you free"I was young and naïveBelieving every word they saidYes, I'm still youngBut now I don't believeTruth is not the freedom of eagle's wingsIt's the quiet lonely cage of imprisonmentWhy was I so small that I didn't knowThat ignorance is blissThat knowing no liesWould make me come to this?The Truth will hold me backAnd keep me from my peaceIt's killing me inside,But I won't take the blame.
Romancing A Vampire Chapter 3"And who might you be, lovely?" he asked as we sauntered through the dark city streets.I had to jolt myself away from his gaze to speak. He hadn't done much besides save my life, and he'd barely said any words to me since we'd left the alleyway. Still, I found it nearly impossible to utter my name, in all of it's dull three syllables."Katy. Katy Dunne." I zipped my mouth and nodded, hoping it would encourage him to speak without asking me any further questions. His voice soothed me, every word floating in the air and slowly wrapping around me in a velvety cloak.He turned to look at me, examining my face and somewhat mediocre figure. All throughout my youth I'd been fairly proud of my features, but standing beside him made me feel as if mine were nothing. My slight hourglass figure, slender long legs, and decent-sized bust paled so much in comparison to the gorgeous man standing beside me."Dunne, you say? Is that of Irish descent?" he asked.Damn, he really needed to stop talking. I