Timmy Doyle


Black World Poem by Timmy Doyle


A world so cold.
A world so black.
A world full of darknes.
I am falling through the dark sky
of a black world.

No light.
I have no sight
It's all frieght.
Scared and worried.
Blinded by the sun.
Always on the run.

In a black world, I fall to the ground.
In a black world, I crawl on the ground.
I try to find light but it's not in sight.
Oh how I wish I wasn't in this black world.

Black world with no stars, no sun.
Black world oh so fun.
Running through a black world.
I am lost, I can't be found.
Silent oh silent in this black world.
Lifted off the black grounds
without a sound.
Oh how I feel the hands of a woman.
Hands of a woman lifting me up.
Hands of a woman taking me out.
Out of this black world, out of this
nothingness.
She shines a light in my face.
I close my eyes, then open them.
She dims the light, I can see her so much better.

I ask for her name but she says nothing.
Reaching her hand out to me, she tells me to
take this letter.
I grab it from her and I start to read it.
The letter is from my girl, she said she
misses me.
I folded the letter and I put it in my pocket......

Submitted: Tuesday, June 22, 2010

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