Michelle Hyde

(06/01/1990)

In The Night


In the night I cried out to you,
But you didn’t hear me.
In the night I tried to find you,
But I couldn’t see.
In the night I screamed out in horror,
Because I felt fear closing in on me.
In the night I disappeared,
Because the shadows swallowed me.
In the night I faded,
Because I became an old memory,
In the night I was lost,
An I shall remain in the night forever.
In the night I cried out to you,
But you didn’t hear me.

Submitted: Thursday, February 08, 2007
Edited: Monday, January 10, 2011

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