The silk worms spin their cocoons silently,
Slide your nails under my skin.
/
Your pale reflection glows out in the mirror,
Calling for attention, wanting to be seen once.
While I stay bound to the ceiling with wires.
My pale skin wants to be seen, watch me die.
/
Lovely warm blood drips slowly from fresh wounds,
Flowing down the walls, diseased human.
Body entwined with metal tubing, silently watching,
Staring from the ceiling, watching the room die.
/
The silk worms spin their cocoons silently,
Slide your nails under my skin.
/
You bathe in my life, your skin becoming stained,
Failing to recognize my burning pain.
I stay up here because you want me to,
We're not so different, you and i.
/
Glance up at me once, you're the same as me,
Though I would never keep you bound, and hidden.
Using me to make yourself pure again,
We were once together, we were once both happy.
/
The silk worms spin their cocoons silently,
Slide your nails under my skin.
The spiders spin their webs so silently,
Rip me out of your body once again.
/
Blood soaks the walls, oozing down upon windows,
Stained glass windows now, once able to show sun.
The wires climb deeper into me, It hurts,
Don't keep me up here like this, I want to come down.
/
Let me join you once again, we were happy together,
But now I am nothing but a macabre chandelier..