1: The Archer
- False redemption, sharp tongues that lick and cut wounds that's forevermore bleeding, never to be healed. In all truth, we're all archers who slaughter each other, but choose to blame the other when the fault belongs to all of us
- A blacksmith who dies at war, holding his own weapon, that he made, in his own hand.
3: Fountain Of Dreams
- The title was borrowed after I was playing a video game that had a battle stage called "Fountain Of Dreams". I do not fully understand what the song is about. Something about a beautiful, fantasy-like mystical world, with purple waters and dolphins, and perhaps a ruler that was defeated.
4: Troubadour's Blue Serenity
- Wishing for the true home you had and cherished as a child.
5: Daughter Of The Snowshore
- A dreamful missive about wanting to be by a wintry seashore
6: I'm Not Jesus
- It's a personal piece about people using me up to an advantage to complain about stuff, and asking for my help, when they can do it themselves. If I reject or give them my honest advice, they treat me like I'm a bad guy, because they seem to expect every answer they wish to hear. But damn it, I'M NOT JESUS. I AM NOT YOUR GOD.
7: Ghostly Barren Lust
- About my asexuality.
8: Ghost Of An Era
- A story about a dreamer gazing over the sea, imagining a forgotten war that took place eons ago, yet perhaps it's still remembered.
9: Young King's Tomb
- Egypt! I love Egypt, and so very fond of its stories and forgotten tales. After seeing The Mummy as a child, I've been interested about Egypt ever since, especially about Tutankhamun.
10: Poet's Love Story
- A dedication about a poet's love and inspiration given by a fantastic poet and musician.
11: Long For An Eros
- A terrible romance telling both sides of whom are victims, but also the causes.
12: Mother Nature's Tears
- A song about the Perseids.
- A song about war and wolves! The title was originally called Wolf Creek, but one day when I was driving, I saw a street sign called Wolfrum, which gave me an idea!
14: The Sinner's Creation
- About the deepest, darkest sins and desires that human beings have.
15: Snow Siren's Song
- It's about myself and how I want people to remember be of, nothing more.
16: Love So Deep
- A personal piece, and a personal favorite. A cliche about unrequited love, with a bit of hope.
17: Come To Me
- Nothing special about this one. A romantic poet's way to confess love to another, I guess. It's just one of those songs that I get very specific visions about. There has to be a specific way of some sort when describing poets in love.
18: A Poet's Hand
- Another song about a specific vision, about a romantic poet. In this case, it's about a poor poet at a masked party, seeing a delicate, beautiful maiden dressed in red.
- Another dedication about the wonders of Egypt, and this time, Sahara!
20: The Siren
- A sailor hears a beautiful voice humming, but has no idea where it's coming from. The voice seems to follow him everywhere, yet he also doesn't know where he's at.
21: Cerulean Love
- The longing to revisit childhood sea memories one more time
- Once you meet, everything falls.
23: Palebound Reverie
- A lyric about my childhood and adolescence.
24: Weak Paradise
- About an ongoing war of life all together, whether it'd be man against Gaia or vice versa, one against themselves, life against death, anything against anything
- A poet's love for the sea, and the snow.
26: The Well Of Love
- A personal piece about my memories of being with Winter and her mystical, pure powers.
- Feeling lost, not being loved, remembered, or even understood - just an absolute nobody.
28: Dreamer Of The Dark
- Sadness, dreaming, and longing, when it's a cold, dreary, Winter night.
29: Redemption To Temptation
- Love lies, and that's what hurts. Not the pain.
30: Last Crusade
- Things seem to be healing, and the pain becomes the last crusade.
31: Eyes From Astral Flames
- Nothing specific; just wanted to write something about magical, romantic fantasy.
32: Bittersweet Zeal
- Love for someone is so agonizing, yet there's that hint of hope.
33: Movie In Your Eyes (poem)
- A poem about wanting to have somebody, but it will never happen
- A feast about escapism!
35: The Water Carrier
- Sister song of The Archer, but about greed and arrogance, and hoping to heal, but will have scarred memories.
36: Never Rest
- Crying for help, calling for help, yet never giving up.
37: Another Soldier Lost
- A lyric about a soldier's view in war.
38: Queen And The Velvet Sea
- This one has a specific story behind it! Men are in love with the beauty in the sea, but she treats them wickedly, with apathetic tendencies. The men suffer, yet they're still infatuated, and will continue to suffer, just for her.
39: Dying Innocence
- Losing innocence is the hardest things in life. You wish for innocence and purity, and don't want to die a scarred heart.
40: Wanderer's Fairytale
- You're wandering, and you think you found what you've been looking for, but turns out to be not true, thus you continue to soul-search again.
- I have absolutely no knowledge about this piece. No title, and no meaning. It's just a piece I wrote for someone, for her school assignment.
42: The Poet's Diary
- Story of my life. My private diary all about when I lost everything in my life, how it happened, and how it affected me. It's heavily influenced by Nightwish's The Poet And The Pendulum, up to being a huge rip-off. The song, and writing this lyric, comforted me when I was most desperate, and I thank them both for that.
43: Let's Mourn Together
- A dedication to the late Ronnie James Dio.
44: Martyr Of The Free World
- Constant suffering, up to the point so undeserving, that you think you deserve all the suffering.
45: Die To Feel Alive
- Sometimes it's best to let go of the best things, even if it's temptation, just to move on. It hurts, but in the end, it's refreshing. You just have to die to feel alive.
46: Autumn Snow Eyes
- About someone who has the most beautiful blue eyes I've ever seen.
47: Hallowed Not Thy Name (poem)
- Personal poem about suffering from abuse as a child.
48: Higher Hopes
- It's best to be grateful to those who truly love you.
49: Inferno's Night
- You want to let go of something, but that temptation keeps pulling you back. It feels like a dark hell that you just can't break chains from.
50: Took Life To Death's Door
- Lust, melancholia, and acedia! Greed for lust, but also full of sorrow, all because you care about is lust, and not enough to take care of yourself!
- An apology missive.
52: Sing To The Winter Black Swan
- A mixture of memories, and yearning for various things, due to suffering that seems eternal.
53: End Of Innocence
- Can innocence be reborn? Can one ever find happiness again?
54: Peace In Hell
- Letting go of temptation can hurt and feel like hell, but you also feel internal peace.
55: Hero Of A Harrowing Winter
- A tribute about the death of John Lennon, and a dedication to the past agonizing 30 years of his death.
- My signature song! A song with a story. A man, who is a father and a son, is at war, and he's scared. He constantly prays to God, asking to forgive all of his sins, from his past or his time of the war, because he fears that he's going to die. Near the end of the war, eventually an angel appears before him, telling him that he's been forgiven, and is saved. The warrior is relieved about it, feels more at peace, and begins to dream, to stargaze.
57: Naked Among Wolves
- I consider this as my masterpiece. Another song about war and wolves! A man, raised by wolves, is at war against his own kind, fighting alongside with his wolves. He vows, by howling naked among wolves, that he and the wolves will have victory, even if he dies naked among wolves.
58: Pacific Islander
- Daughter lyric to The Siren, about the same man who still wonders about that voice. It also reveals that he's a lonely sailor, forever sailing the oceans. He has no home, no family, nothing but only the seas and whitecaps that sail with him. And perhaps the mysterious voice he keeps hearing.
59: Century Children
- A dedication to the poor children in Norway who lost their lives after a blonde man shot them at an island youth camp.
60: Precious Darkly
- Why does everything beautiful die, but everything ugly lives on?
- A, well, catharsis about one remembering childish fears, dreams, views and so on. Sometimes such catharses that were in childish nightmares I had as a kid creates a catharsis and an odd sense of calmness while remembering the smallest things that stuck to memory
62: Whenever There's The Night
- Another lyric about Winter and her gorgeous purity!
63: Once Upon A Fable
- Another one of my all-time favorites. This song tells about memories that happened in the past, being all the stories that have been told of your life, but there are unread stories on a dusty shelf about your future. Sometimes your stories are dark, and what you wished for that was real wasn't real, and it grieves you, so you just go into your world and think about fables that you would like to happen in your waking life.
64: Symphonic Beauty
- Love and romance are works of art, and you wish for that special someone to join that work of art with you.
65: Sailing Gethsemane
- Part 3 of my accidental sailor story! This time the story reveals that the sailor visits the graves of his parents, whom are buried on a desolated, green cliff, from an island. Once again, he is lonely, but the mysterious voice he always hears comforts him by saying that the ocean is his home, and that he should rest.
66: Poem Of Life (poem)
- A long poem about various things in life. Things about the rare real meanings of love, the truth about one viewing life, the burning passion to soul-search around the world, so on, hence "Poem of Life".
67: Moondance Harp
- This was written during my burnout/severe writer's block. During my break, I had a lot of notes for safe-keeping in case I ever had an idea to write something, and a thought came to me: Why not take all those notes and make them into one song? And that's how the song stated was created - just a bunch of unrelated notes waiting to be seen in lyrical stories. A lot of the words are scrambled around, so it's hard to explain what the song is about.
68: Bedtime Story
- I'm not satisfied with this piece. It was more of an experiment. I wanted to experiment the use of different languages when it comes to writing. The languages are Finnish, German, Greek, Latin and English. The big picture of the song is simply about one sleeping, thinking back about events that happened in the past, from darkest times, to most longing times, etc, hence "bedtime story".
69: Beast Of The Beauty
- Things like love and faith, they can be ugly to experience, since some people deal with them in the wrong ways. The song is saying that the world really needs truth, bliss, hope and innocence are all what mankind needs. Love, faith, among other emotions and traits have been tarnished. There's too much lust in the world. One has seen lust so many times, that there's nothing left to learn about it. One prefers to learn more about truth, bliss, hope and innocence more than love, faith, beauty, etc.
70: Frozen Crystal Hymn
- A more of a sad song of Winter. I love Winter so much. Some time last year I moved half across the country to a State where the crystal feeling of Winter doesn't really happen, same with snow. It saddened me so much that I had no choice but to write more of a sad Winter song.
71: Bluesque Illusion
- Blue is one of the best colors out there. Blue always held a personal meaning for me, since God knows when. One waits for that certain moment to come, to be free and elated, to find what's left of loving from what life has left for us.
72: Plutonian Phantasm
- Inspired by Fleetwood Mac's Landslide, a favorite childhood song. This piece is about a personal childhood memory involving mirrors and about ditching identity.
73: Wicked Elysium
- Love for lust, lust for love. I honestly think the song is a lot more erotic than it's supposed to be!
74: Hands That Heal
- Feeling lost, feeling hopeless, feeling empty, feeling like you're done with everything in life because you've lost passion completely - all you can long for now are hands that heal.
75: Crystallized Symphony
- After seeing Disney's Frozen, I'd been inspired to write a Winter lyric, thanks to the song Let It Go, about my past with Winter and her crystal ecstasy. The lyric also shows hope about returning to see Winter again someday. I had to borrow the line "The cold never bothered me, anyway" from that song.
76: Here's Not The Heroes
- Another war song, about warriors at war, but they're cowards. They do not wish to die, and try to journey home, but the gods are mad at them for their cowardice and sins, that they won't guide them as heroes.
77: Perfectly Numb
- The title speaks for itself - the numbness of not feeling anything and the struggle and longing of trying to overcome the inability of feeling
- Life is repetitive, especially when one is depressed and suffering. You try and try, but in the end, you always feel like you're in the same place, as well as feeling like you're in an ongoing spiral.
79: Amaranthine (poem)
- Things in the physical world don't last for a long time, and eventually you will have to say goodbye. But when it comes to memories, it's never a forever goodbye.
80: Dead Gardens
- Title taken from Nightwish's song of the same name. It's just a simple piece for someone, about trying to sow redemption to someone in need.
81: Mermaid Swamp
- It's a cliche about going to temptation that's very enticing, but in the end, redemption will help you find a way.
- A tribute for a transgender woman named Leelah Alcorn, who unfortunately committed suicide just days after Christmas, because of her abusive, neglecting devout Christian parents.
83: Last In The Wilderness
- A remake of one of my old lyrics. This piece is rather complex and very symbolic about my recent yet personal memories. Where my life is at now, I hate it, and I desire to go back to the place where I felt more at ease.
Something, or someone, so beautiful that it seems too good to be true ends up taming and wounding those in searching.
84: Sincubus (scrap piece)
- Lack of passion for so long, that you end up longing for those from your past that brought out the best in you.
85: Dreament Barren
- Title is a mix of "dream" and "pigment". A wish to travel and dream beyond the world.
86: Dead Reverie
- Giving up hope on revisiting and reliving where you felt most happy. Because of that, you dwell on such sadness, and with no hope, you're back at dwelling on haunting memories after where you felt most content helped keep those bad memories at bay. Truth is though, you must move forward, and find other things to keep you happy. Truth hurts, and life hurts. There's no use to make up false truths to conceal your pain. Lies are but death parades for human beings, and death serenades on fallen ears.
87: The Sacred Symphony
- A sad missive about one's bad relationship with parents, but part of you still loves them, and you long to be a family, to have that love that every offspring should have.
88: Sleepwalker's Land
- A ripoff of Nightwish's Sleepwalker. It talks about how sleep and dreaming can just be so comforting, and how much you feel better when you have a great dream. Your subconscious is your very home, and it's a great escape when you're asleep, and having a nice dream.
89: In My Alsatia
- I'm aware that "Alsatia" was a sanctuary for criminals, and that the term means "where law cannot reach". It was both a positive and negative thing. In this case, Alsatia is a sanctuary that is your mind. You're free to live in your mind, lawless and limitless, positive and negative; however, sometimes there's a lot of strict and sometimes bad influences that can tarnish the free will of your mind: laws, causing restriction and limitation to be planted in your mind. In time, hope and ambitions seem limited and pointless. Escaping into your own mind doesn't seem to tranquil anymore, because all that guilt and sadness dared to see you in your Alsatia.
90: Fools Die (scrap piece)
- It's hard to forget, and it's hard to forgive. All you wish for is to be your true self, but you've been made a fool to everyone, thus your true self is dead.
91: One Flew Over The Golden Avenue
- This piece has been inspired by a very vivid dream I had years ago. A dream about the most beautiful landscape I have ever seen, with the variety of scenery and wilderness, and rich, vivid colors. That dream has become my golden avenue.
92: Where I May Fall
- Probably one of my most depressing pieces, and one of those pieces that touch your very core. Sometimes I wonder that if I were to fall, would people applaud for me out of love, or out of rejoice? Would they ever miss me, or would they forget about me, all because they cannot understand why I'm always in melancholy?
93: Acrimony Of The Opus
- I have no idea what this piece is about, tbh. It was one of those random pieces I wrote blindly many years ago. I'll leave it for the reader to speculate.
94: Snowborn Dream
- Another winter lyric about painful longing to be with the crystal evenings again.
- A song about, well, hope. Keep looking and don't give up. Maybe there's someone looking out for you.
96: Revenant (poem)
- A poem about a true paranormal experience.
97: End Of The Opera
- Sometimes absolutely nothing appeals you, as if all dreams and life's music have come to an end.
98: Death Becomes A Poet
- Very personal about me saying how all things traumatic and dark made me become a poet.
99: The Horror Show
- About those times when you feel like you're nothing but a doll for someone else, much to your own horror.
100: Forever Gone
- A dedication to someone I once knew who passed away.
101: Just As Wicked
- Past traumas and childish fears can sometimes lead to a big problem. I went through an undisclosed time that caused me a lot of pain and fear, and yet I couldn't scream out, because I felt like no one was helping or at least concerned. Even at one point, I thought to myself that I would rather deal with other past pains than this. In the end, I figured that it was MY fight, and whether others were concerned or not, it was not fair for me to rely on help.
102: Symphony And The Ardor
- Another Nightwish-like ripoff song! It's a risque lyric, but after I rearranged it, it unintentionally became a lot more risque. Whoops.
103: Wade In Sojourn
- A tribute for my cousin and her other half who passed away.
104: Enviable Phantom Love
- This is a remake of one of my really old lyrics. The old version, I did not like, yet I had a soft side for it, and those who read it really loved it. I'll leave it up to the reader what the song is about.
- Originally a scrap piece. The beautiful yet hideous changes and mysterious wonders of earth and beyond are simply fascinating
Listening to: My fan
Watching: My computer mouse
Playing: Depressing instrumental music
Eating: Starving, tbh
Drinking: Powerade Zero