Bitter hate fuels my existence
Emptiness fills time
A constant state of mental illness
Self worth decreasing
Demoralize
Drown myself ina black sea of agony

My conscience with grief
Led myself astray once more
Nothing seems real
Disillusional shadow

Impassable
Screaming
Impassable
Visionless
Impassable screaming in oblivion

Soon the suffering will end
These blackened memories controlling me
A living hell for me
Every waking minute that I'm breathing

Impassable
Screaming
Impassable
Visionless
Impassable screaming in oblivion


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    General Commentits buried in oblivion not buried into oblivion!
    Xbrainwashing/uXon July 20, 2005   Link
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    General CommentJust as I explained from: "Elysium Dream", this seems to be another battle between reality & dreams. Also, a 2 part song, Second part is: "Black Sea of Agony".

    All that is left in his life is the hatred he holds for all that have wronged him. "Emptiness fills time" nothing left.

    "Mental illness..." Unable to have rational thoughts... All that can be seen is the hurt, & confusion about who he is or who he was, he struggles with.

    "Self worth decreasing" -No longer feels as though he is a whole person anymore. All there is is that person who once was. Constantly feeling sadness crush up against himself.

    Grief leads him astray because it's what drives his soul. Nothing seems real because he cannot accept what has happened... So much, that it is hard to take it all in. "Impassable; Screaming... In Oblivion" The only way he believes he can go from now on is down.

    The memories that keep him alive, will be the death of him, because they are what he always has set on his mind.

    A very somber song that describes the struggle to forget the past with the struggle to find out what the meaning of life is.

    Must listen to both songs for full effect.
    NeverGetSevenon June 26, 2006   Link

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