Falling - Poem by Wyatt Wardall
Fall on down into an eternal black,
Step off the ledge and never look back.
The deeper you go, the more twisted you get,
Reaching the bottom isn't a problem just yet.
You fall and you fall but the bottom wont come,
You jumped off the ledge, it can't be undone.
Searching for light, you're surrounded by black,
Jump off the ledge and never come back.
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