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Taking Over Me
My oval eyes open to an opulent day,
But too soon it fades to dull shades of gray.
And burried deep within the cage of my bones,
A blackness now burns where light had once shone.
For my eyes hide dark secrets that noone else knows,
Constantly weighing me down wherever I may go.
Always are they in my head, trying to escape,
But never can I let them out, For that would be my fate.
But quickly they will set my mind ablaze,
Making it hard for me to fight through the haze.
And like a rope around my neck, they squeeze from me control,
Releasing their darkness into the depths within my soul,
Until they have taken over my body as a whole.