I laugh, I cry, I scream, I fly, I sink, I swim. It’s all the same.
I twist, I shout, I turn about every time I call your name.
And on deaf ears my words do fall, and off cracked hearts me feelings roll.
Into darkness, depth, despair, where love and pain are a kindred pair.
A gruesome scene, torn all to shreds; the elation within a mother’s head.
What once was so is so no more, and there she stands at fate’s closed door.
The hounds have come and named their price. Her bounty ransomed, stolen yet.
Upon her knees her body falls. Darkness kisses her eyes, now wet.
She hangs her head low in her hands, and rages at Satan’s evil demands.
For in this world she may be scorned, but soon, in death she’ll be reborn.
A fury lights within her soul and through the night in haste she rides.
When at last the light draws near and the realms of heaven and earth collide.
The battle done, her prize is won, and it in spirit she reclaims.
For through the pits of hell she’s come and nary a tinge of charring remains.
Though the lamb was slaughtered here not even death can cause her fear,
for all of Satan’s grief he hurled, the blood was shed to cleanse the world
That which by faith we onward go, for love is the victory we know,
that overcomes the world.