Jordan Jacobs


Light...Dark


The light fades to darkness
As I recede into the shadows

There to live. There to die

Alone

With no one who cares
No one to hear my cries

No one to feel my pains
No one to listen

Alone

There to live, there to die

With out love of happiness
Only sadness and sorrow

Remain in my heart

The two parts of me clash within
The raging was between light and darkness

The light dwindling behind the shadows
And the darkness playing at my soul

Swirling around my memories
Of pain and sorrow

That swallow forth all the light that remains inside
So that shadows is all that remains in my soul

Reminding me of the pain I endured
Numbing me to all that is to come

Alone

To hear no longer to live
Only to die

Submitted: Monday, April 09, 2007
Edited: Saturday, February 12, 2011
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