Depraved Transcedence

Mortem Cultum

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Ripped out of life
Karma evokes us 
Forsaken (by density)
To start from nothing (again)
From narrows we didn't choose
With cycles we can't break 
Our existence is (always) in desperate 
Crave to fill a whole 

We reinvent the tides of our past 
Withdrawing the act of our selfishness 
In fear we search for patterns to adopt 
And neglect to see our consequences 
Art pray to the silencer 
Repaying her visit she watches
As you remember your philosophers
And their teachings for granted you took 
 
(The rain's fog turmoils our journey 
And endeavors it in our inner Darkness 
Playing a tune that would have to reinvent itself
And eager to die for another change, and repeat) 

Depraved Transcendence guides our path to reflect, reflect, reflect on our waking 
Fostered in the arms of an unknown neglect, neglect, neglected wisdom

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Written by: Edwin Flores

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