Poetic Lilly Emery

Suddenly Darkness

Suddenly Darkness

Death be not proud, though some have called it home
People talks with hate in their hearts
Spiraling down with broken wings darkness is what
they breath,

Suddenly Dark Angel came for rain
Mighty and dreadful that comes in dreams
Tomorrow, tomorrow creeps in my mind petty pace day
to day Dark Angel comes to give more pain,

To those who sleep, to those who dream will scream
Dark Angel overthrow the poor lost in sin deep within
I wont let go of what I know but life is getting to cold
Lies of danger and despair is everywhere,

Everyone tells me to beware of what is near
He sits looking over the city of his darkness
Intoxication of darken souls with rosary's
In there hand counting in Prays to their lost king,

Jealousy inwardly there hearts screams,
I hold on to the light as my soul almost taken flight
Then Dark Angel holds on to me and wont let
My soul run clean.

Lilly Emery

Submitted: Wednesday, August 27, 2014

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