John Hess (Fayetteville, N.C.)
Night Is Dark
The night is dark and you are thought of,
Never forgotten and held above.
So much to say but afraid to speak,
My words held silent as I try to speak.
The love I had once still burns within,
The only thing left now are my sins.
So I say to you on this darken night,
Sleep well, pleasant dreams, hold our children tight.
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