basil brewer


Silence And Blackness


Silence and Blackness, tied together by death
Silence and Blackness, you see when you take your very last breath
Silence and Blackness, what is bound to be found when you die
Silence, Is not there when you’re gone and you’ve left your family there to cry
Silence and Blackness, It’s what I feel after I let out a sigh
Silence and Blackness, It’s what is found together when you meet Death
Silence and Death, Thats when you know you’re consumed by the blackness
Suffering and Pain is still there there nonetheless
Lets hope with life that god will bless
Silence, Suffering, Blackness, Death. All things that are present because my life is a mess

Submitted: Friday, May 23, 2014

Topic(s): Silence


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