Let it Bleed, (bled) to lose, shed, exude, ooze.
Author: Michael Clark
Let it Bleed, (bled) to lose, shed, exude, ooze. It's all about not holding feelings in, emotions, thoughts. It's about the lost and found loves, the lies and deceit, and the gold found in some hearts. Let it Bleed, hemorrhage, stream, surge, flood, onto the paper, into your lives, into someone else's mind. Therapy for a hard day, a torn apart relationship, death of a loved one. A cure for confusion, turmoil, disturbing thoughts, a fleeting suicidal tendency. Let it Bleed, fantasies, visions, illusions, nightmares experienced of craved, dreamt about of ventured. Every day situations or midnight wishes that leave your heart pumping, your mind ricocheting, and your soul tangled with your spirit. Let it Bleed, my own personal outlet, purging of my mind, bloodletting of the heart, opening the cage to a restless spirit. A porthole to the soul that I think most can relate and understand, open up a wound or sort out the past. Let it Bleed, a scripture for everyone.