This weight on my chest is too much to bear for me
These ribs have collapsed
The pain is only made greater by these broken bones peircing through my heart
My breath can only escape through a heartbeat,
But it beats no more, and I choke
As I pluck these pedals from my marguarite,
I chant the song of hope of the broken hearted
"She loves me, She Loves me not"
Days go by, Flowers wilt.
Lord I'll call you joy through my trials,
Thorns have shed the blood of life,
While Roses shed tears
I will not follow crooked thorns that lead to dry & faded roses.
I'll walk on the mount of skulls.
As I pluck these petals from my marguerite I pray the she loves me...
but she loves me not
I'll live drenched in the blood of my king
I'll live drenched in the blood shed by a kiss
She loves me not... He loves me
"The LORD is close to the broken hearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit"
[-Psalm 34:18]


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    General CommentThis is one of my favorite songs along with The Whore's Trophy by Symphony In Peril.

    This song is amazing and found me at a perfect time in my life.

    In essence, it's a heartbreak/boy-girl/love song. What sets it apart is that it's set in a Godly perspective which set it in stone for me.

    She doesn't love him. Heartbreak. Pain. But through it all He, God, loves him. A Fatherly love that everyone can have and no one can break.

    That's why I found this song as such a blessing. It's not in a wordly perspective. It's not shallow. It contains meaning and hope. And in turn, became my favorite song and introduced me to my favorite Bible verse.
    AllSaintsCryon August 27, 2006   Link

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