There's a scream caught in my throat, To give it a belt, I don't know
There's a scream caught in my throat, To give it a belt, I don't know, In fairness, it's a mystery why, It's there in the first place.
Anxious to slam the nearest object, Watch it shatter into a million
Anxious to slam the nearest object, Watch it shatter into a million, This pull towards destruction, Too perplexing to explain.
Tired of dancing the same dance, Perhaps the force working me like that of gravity
Tired of dancing the same dance, Perhaps the force working me like that of gravity, Will collapse me into me, Becoming my own dark entity.
Before I explode and lash, At any innocent in my path
Before I explode and lash, At any innocent in my path, Is this the feeling of
Being pulled in each direction
As if I'm the center of
Each appendage ready to rip
from my center
Each appendage ready to rip from my center, Jetting away faster than any
star could fly
Each appendage ready to rip from my center, Jetting away faster than any, star could fly
Waiting for my essence to regroup then, Grab my extremities one by one.
POUND Canyons into the Earth with fury!
DEMANDING why existence is accompanied by misery!
One arm into the Americas!
One arm CRASHES into the Americas!
I bat my right leg right at the
I bat my right leg right at the BOTTOM!
Slamming it into the South Pole!
Before I cradle my Head and the Earth
Thrashing them together!
Trying to split one before the other.
My face gives first
Blood gushes into the oceans, They turn from the deepest blue, To the loveliest violet, Unsatisfied still with this wonderful violence...
I grab this orb Defaced of it's once Magnificent beauty From both sides
Pushing one side South towards nothingness the other North, Attempting to slide it apart like two magnets joined together,
My astral hands dig deeper with more force...
RAW FERAL RAGE FULLY UNCAGED UNABLE TO GIVE WAY TO CALM
The Ground Undulates On This Tiny Marble
Mountains erupt as lava surfaces, With more energy than any solar flare,
The burning liquid bursts into the air, Ever so gently brushing against the stratosphere, Before hurling down...
Searing the sky, engulfing the clouds and the flying in flames, Once the interior plummets onto the exterior, Faint pitches of pain can be heard from where I stand,
Billions allowing their unblocked airways, To envelop the space surrounding them, Oceans evaporate and leave a molten trace, Just as the planet’s center truly cracks,
Causing so much chaos from the seismic activity, Of being compressed into itself, That each life not disintegrated, Has their molecules separated, As they disappear with a snap,
It’s in half. I flick each one toward the sun, As a wave of calm washes over me, Just as my blood, the lava, And the seismic wave washed over it, I believe I am done with my fit.