At Night Some Lines Written in Cemetery by Mason Carter

At Night Some Lines Written in Cemetery

Should I write on thee or liberty tonight
Both are equally hard to get off my mind.
The day you left me under the moon light
Or the day outlaws were burned on stakes.

Both equally torturous on this heart lay
The day you said we better move on now,
The day I heard a kid was shot on the bay.
Still suicidal methink better I kill myself now-

For no hope seems for a better being.
The blind town doesn’t seem to care
When I alone in cemetery am sitting,
Thus lamenting thee and the liberty.

I guess for a moment I had forgotten
I’m citizen of blind town on mountain
Where blood is showered in fountain
And slaves in their chains happy dance.

Capital worths more than love or human
Expectations are stupid and trust a slut.
In an old broken house a madman blurt
Out the truth that never was spoken…

Mason Carter

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