Versuri Drowning The Light - I
In this region the winds whisper a rumour of a being A hermit banal, with a mind frail as his frame. When he speaks it is in violent bursts And insects recoil from his voice. He speaks to the trees for they are the only truly living creatures on this earth. They share his misanthropic view and converse on wild topics They are both arrogant, the tree digs it's roots deeper as the soil rejects it's clasp And the hermit deeper animates the notions of the world, as the world casts him into the abyss. "I respect you because whether in drought or flood You always seem to grow, and expand the length of your skeletal branches They claw at the sky and reach out to strangle The exiting order, the prevailing lie. I draw influence from your stubborn attempt To steal the watery lifeforce of fellow nature for your own purpose"