What was left when the fire was gone.
I thought it felt right but that right was wrong.
All caught up in the eye of the storm shall'a figure out what is like moving on.
And I don't even know what kinda things i have said,
My mouth kept moving and mind went dead.
So picking up the pieces now where to begin?
The hardest part of end is starting all over again.
It's a part of the song "Waiting for the End" by Linkin Park.
It's one of my favorite songs.
I have been listening to it many times but couldn't realize the meaning of the lyrics until recently.
The whole song is awesome but the above rap part at the end is really what caught my attention.
Everyone has their own way of interpreting something.
I have interpreted it by making an analogy with Anger.
When we are angry we speak and behave in such a manner that later we can't believe that was us.
But when the anger subsides (when the fire was gone) we realize what we have done and regret it (sometimes talk roughly with parents in anger). When in anger we think whatever we are doing or saying is right. Anger takes over our thinking and makes us irrational.
We say things(rather shout things :-p) in anger without even thinking what effect it is going to have on the listener (my mouth kept moving but my mind went dead).
Then comes the feeling sorry and apologizing part, we try to mend the broken parts but a weld always leaves a dark patch.
The last line is one of the best lines i have ever read. And its surprising that I found it in a song.
The song is kind of high pitch, full on rage LP style which pumps up your adrenaline
but after realizing the meaning I just repeat these lines when I am angry and it acts as a stress buster.
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