Until the Sun Rises
I crawled like an old snail. Timidly peeped through the broken window
gallons of blood had rushed away. I was frozen for a millisecond
my heart was racing, and it screamed, it wanted to jump out of my chest
I am keen-eyed, the clock showed 10 P.M. and it started rotating as if nothing had happened.
I should leave this place quickly. Nowhere to go, with bare hands
The deal was over, I saw them through the cracked glass of the window
I was twelve years, their rowdy eyes sparkling with fire
It wasn’t a dream; two-gun shots were enough to make my parlor a blood stream
they talked to each other like the scary lions roaring at night
I should leave this place quickly. Nowhere to go, with bear hands
It was a dreadful night.
Moon wasn’t shimmering like a golden plate
darkness raises his terrifying head and glances at me.
Sparkling little stars were not afraid to appear like fireflies
The silence of the dusky night was killed by the hooting of owls
I was still shuddering with fear, no one hears, no one knows
I heard the flying light bearers murmuring
Firefly, can you stay with me till the sun rises?