The walls that once held this city back are now broken down,
The prisoners set free,
The forever stale smelling air now fresh and darkness is no more.
Tasting the salt in the air when you wake,
Hearing the waves crash against the shore,
Pain and suffering are no more.
Thoughts I have of this kind are rare,
For I was born in a secluded town,
Looming and cold brick towers blocking out the sun.
Lifeless people walk the streets,
Dressed like a funeral procession,
Black circles surrounds there eyes, these brain washed robots.
Only thunder can be heard,
Never any birds singing southing lullabies
Only babies loud and painful shrieks.
I pray for life outside these walls.
Love is my only prayer,
My mother can provide this southing light,
A warming touch and wholesome feel.
If my mother were to go,
I would be lost in a world so cold and dark,
Maybe a child could shed some light onto my cold heart
The light of love will break these walls and free us all,
So together all the townspeople shall stand,
Neighbours, family and friends letting our love shine bright.
The walls do crumble and once again we are free,
Together in unity for an eternity of happiness,
Outside those dark and lifeless walls.