Marcellus Watts

Nightly Theme

Night time comes
So ending the day of others
Ending The Daylight I call Hell

The Darkness comforting me
The Dark sky shows its beauty
Infused Blue, True Black and gray
Mixed up to make the starry Night sky

The Night supporting how Antisocial I am.
Scaring the Fake, Hypocritical Humans away
Afraid of the reflecting dark sky
which makes them flee.
The streets clear, Quiet depressing
The Night knows me

The Night sky rewards me with its Starry sky
which I paint with my eyes and personality
The Night is my world, which I know and Love
The Stars are rare but show to shine as do I
Emotions and words are my only weapons at Night

Nightly theme
The greatest Theme on me
The time where I revile the true me
The world of Night has Darkness
Real people
Devious activities.

The Greatest things during Night
Im never lonely, I have the Darkness
The Moon to keep watch
The touch of Gray on every object
and my Dark personality

The Red moon
The god of The Night world
watches as Murder happen
controls every event
gives and Bloody Murder aura
The theme I love to observe

The Night is my world
I die when I born when the Daylight touched me
and was reincarnated by the Night
Night Theme

The Time karma is killed
The time all my sins are out
The time real People come out
Fake people run to hide
Night is my world

Submitted: Wednesday, August 19, 2009
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