During Harvest

from by Colony



My eyes, were wide. By the time that the old wolves arrived, my blood was already gone. I had tried to explain myself, to let them know all the pain I felt.

The blades of grass dug deep into to my arms, my legs, hell. My neck and my back. Oh my. My god, what have you done to me. I swear that next time I will do it differently.

I will, kneel young.

I have been know to rattle bones when the day light goes away. Battle tones and barricades block like the worms that dig in my brain. It feels like a static screen that has been blinking all damn day. I lost myself inside a maze, from this world into a beautiful place.

It won't be long until they come for me, so I'm counting my days. My eyes are as black as black can be, and my skin drips down from my shoulder blades. Out here in the frozen fields it is like coast to coast ghosts. Let the blood in the sand and the souls in the wind get all caught in your throat. Then you’ll sing to me about all the dying boys that have lost their way.


from Colony, track released December 27, 2010



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Colony East Rutherford, New Jersey

There's a race of men that don't fit in
A race that can't stay still
So they break the hearts of kith and kin
And they roam the world at will
They range the field and they rove the flood
And they climb the mountain's crest
Theirs is the curse of the gypsy blood
And they don't know how to rest
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