Balancing The Dark

Album: Time Will Die And Love Will Bury It (2017)
  • Strike, illustrate
    Cease, every moment grey

    I concur
    Retracting these splinters

    Take, navigate
    Disarm, in cycles crawl on

    I concur
    Retracting these splinters
    Etched always
    Lasting, reacting
    In movements so permanent

    I concur
    Retracting these splinters
    Etched always
    Lasting, undying

    A score unmarked

    There is no way to compose the unchartered and unknown
    The concept of a world without, the severity of it all

    To comprehend the fragility
    Lost in the harshness of endless
    Cursed by what will embody
    Lost in the harshness of endless
    The cruelty of that which is cherished Writer/s: James Spence, Eva Spence, Nathan Fairweather, Chris Cayford, Tom Pitts
    Publisher: SENTRIC MUSIC
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