Misty moon

(June 11 / Marshall tx)

In the dark


I'm in the dark now
In the dark, everything is sick and twisted
Now is the chance to ask how
How did my life get so twisted?

I'm sick of the lies
Some how i saw the errors
I'm ready for the highs
When i look you in the eyes all i see is pure terror

In the dark is not the place where want to be
This is the only thing i can see

I want to see the light
I want to see the world in sunlight
That i don't want to be in the night

In the dark is the darkest place.
I don't want to be dis-placed

Submitted: Saturday, October 10, 2009

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  • Allan O (10/31/2009 9:49:00 PM)

    another well phrased side of poetry...i enjoyed....but the night and the terror is not always so bad...alot of my writting is made just for such...thank you.. :) (Report) Reply

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