Nothing's black and white anymore,
Like it used to be.
People aren't a set colour anymore,
In my indigo eternity.

People change;
Twist and distort,
Into something completely different,
To my initial thought.

Dissolution cast across the once-tranquil scene,
Disrupting what I once thought as law,
Now my mind echoes with answerless questions,
Something I never saw...

My indigo eternity is enshrouding me, now;
Calling me into its uncertain clutches.
Not quite one,
Not quite the other.
This daunting lack of certainty,
This haunting lack of conviction.
And now I pray;
I pray for a route home,
Back into a world where I can see a black and white rainbow,
And not question what it could be.

Once I asked for an explanation,
And look where it got me,
Trapped within my own mind;
My own indigo eternity.

I sought answers;
I craved justification,
Now I'm naught but an emotional flood,
A river of information.

Shut my eyes once more,
All this colour is too much,
I thought I could take it all,
And I suffer, as such...

My indigo eternity is enshrouding me, now;
Calling me into its uncertain clutches.
Not quite one,
Not quite the other.
This daunting lack of certainty,
This haunting lack of conviction.
And now I pray;
I pray for a route home,
Back into a world where I can see a black and white rainbow,
And not question what it could be.

I beg you, please,
Take me back to the place where I can just be,
Without all this complications,
Free me from my own...

Indigo eternity.