Even the Gods Die Alone

Sort of a part two.  Life is what it is, right?

Home, Sweet, Home - Listening To You Dream

Even the Gods Die Alone
by Michael Romani

Even the gods die alone
She said with a heart of stone
And still I'll miss her
With memories of when I kissed her

Even darkness leads to light
I replied doing my best to get it right
Stoically falling on my sword
I pressed on ever forward

Wished upon broken wish that I might
Find some way to make this right
I ran out of useless words to say
Until my fingers bled as I played

Yes, even the gods die alone
And I'm a mere mortal on my own
To make her my queen, I built her a throne
It's just too bad, my heart isn't made of stone

If only for a single moment
Somewhere beyond this moment's torment
Maybe you'll remember and love my name
And somehow I will remain alive released from my blame

(c) July 25, 2018  Michael Romani
All Rights Reserved

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About alohapromisesforever

Writer, poet, musician, surfer, father of two princesses.
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