Kayse Oberley

Rookie (July 24,1990 / Joplin, Mo)

A Black Hole of Dark Empty Nothingness


My world is a black hole of dark empty nothingness,
It rains blood all of the time,
I can't see most of the time,
I don't even know why I'm alive,
I should have died,
So, I cried.

The sun never shines,
It's dark all of the time,
I lay in my dark empty bed,
Staring at the nothingness,
I live in a world of darkness and despair,
My world is a black hole of dark empty nothingness.

I try to escape my fate,
But, I can't; for I am tied to my bed,
With the lies that lay in my head,
I scream but, there is no one that hears me,
Everyone fears me,
My world is a black hole of dark empty nothingness and that's all it is.

Submitted: Thursday, April 24, 2008
Edited: Thursday, May 01, 2008

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  • Rookie Troy Clark (4/24/2008 1:55:00 PM)

    Not bad of a poem but theres much work to be done, Good poem though, with a small amount of diffrent wording, some more enjament, and other stuff, you poem would be pretty good. (Report) Reply

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