"I am a tired soul,
I want to hide from the noise of the world.
I can rest in her body. Her skin will be my silky blanket.
She guards me, as womb protects the baby.
I trust her."
Many kind words mesmerize me,
Calling me into camouflaged safety.
Concrete cradle's bringing my dream,
And she keeps me from what I fear.
I'm a stranger she will save me
From everything I'm scared of,
Because she is my safe thought home
And she never, never lies.
Inside this cave the calm rules me,
I cannot hear the outside world.
Through her window I can see
How free others can be.
This is my home; I feel safe here
When the firm walls embrace my trembling body.
This is my shelter, but it feels strange
As caring hands keep holding me.
I am living inside her body
One day she will digest me.
She will exploit my needs
For the sake that she could live on.
Hope is lost.
There is no escape.
I chose this sanctuary
To worship my loneliness.
Alone, broken, thrown away,
I listen to her singing:
"Go away dead,
You could see my inner world.
I got what I wanted.
You were depending on me.
Therefore you have no place here anymore."
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