Chance Hughes

(6/27/96)

Starless Night


Starless night,
Starless night.
So dark,
So forbouding.
Take me in,
Never let me go.
Take the pain,
The emotion,
Take it all.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, June 19, 2013

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In The Interior of Alaska a sky full of clouds during the winter acts as isolation to keep the heat in, however it hides the stars. Such was the type of night I wrote this poem. Now my friend had just been broken up with, in the middle of a party, I however was not around to provide any form of comfort; my ex-girlfriend, whom i still had feelings for was. They started cuddling and holding hands I sat with them mainly to be supportive of my friend, at some point I couldn't take it anymore. I walked outside and stared at the sky, the rest as the say is history.

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