Aaron(AarionLee) Morris

(12/31/1961 / Gallipolis Ohio)

Forever Night


I once saw a vision
In the back of my mind
A vision of the future
To the end of time

As yesterday flashes
Before my eyes
I seen the truth
And all of the lies

Prophecies of visions
Who really knows?
A blind mans legacy
My eyes forever froze

It’s not what I heard
But what I seen that night
That would make a man scream
With terror and fright

You must realize the truth
In what I have seen
From birth to death
And everything in between

Shadow of darkness
I’ve never seen the light
A blind mans legacy
My world forever night.

Submitted: Thursday, April 15, 2004

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