Primitive but calm, free but restrained.
Spiritual and physical, wild and untamed.
Light of the daytime, darkness of midnight
War within my soul, sunlight and moonlight.
Animal and human, two factions collide.
Joy, fear and tears on each twisted side.
Predator and prey, free and unchained.
Pain and pleasure. Crazy and sane.
Give me forever and never. Sight, sound, touch.
Taste the blood from my flesh, not enough yet too much.
Dead and alive, awake and asleep,
Give me something that I can keep.
Tears of fire burn my tongue.
Taste them with me, a song never sung.
Desire and fear, lightning and thunder
In my soul — eyes of wonder.
Trees in a desert, safety and danger,
Storms on the sea, dreams from the air.
Cold wind in my soul making me sweat.
I’m falling to earth without a net.
Wolves, tigers and lions, the heart of the predator.
Lambs to the slaughter, the prey to pray for.
A world of sensation, heaven and hell.
Neither, or both, a tainted well.
Time and timeless, together, alone.
Exotic and caged. Blood and bone.
Wild drum for a heart, beating hard.
Broken and twisted, whole and scarred.
Innocence and experience bond freely.
Exquisitely beautiful and primitive,