Jefte ROman

Light Gray Darkness Poem by Jefte ROman

In the eyes of few we see the light from the darkness. We stray past the temptation, neglect, the pain to show the sides of the light that grow dimmer and dimmer.

We live to fight the darkness to rekindle the light within those of who can not see what the light is but by doing so dims our own lights creating the darkness we try so hard to stray far from.

But when we find these darkened eyes our souls, our hearts push us to rekindle that light that which we wish to hold to protect.

Where does this darkness come from you ask the darkness subsides within those who have in pure hearts. Those whose hearts have been trampled, lied to, damaged from the gray those who in which create the light to be myth, fairy tales, dreams.

Where does the light begin from the hopelessly inclined souls that believe in love, happiness, joy.

In the darkness the light shine but from which the light begins how much longer will it stay lit till the affects of rejection from the darkness consumes them creating a never ending cycle of pain and myth.

Submitted: Friday, October 25, 2013
Edited: Saturday, October 26, 2013

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