Mark Clement Joseph S. Ferreras
The Darkest Side - Darkpalm21
Over my deepest flesh
There is something I hide behind my smile
Ever since my sufferings started...
At First its too hard to pretend
that everything's alright and I taught that
if I can't manage to keep these thing inside
everything will be remain miserable...
My faith, hope, love or even everything I own
will eventually void by these thing and
turn everything in to guilt and hatred
that I never ever wanted to feel...
Because I already done with that side...
But its keeps pursuing behind...
I've to resist these darkest side
Before its turn my way again to its glide...
The Side that I hated most....
Is always inside trying a countless attempts
to bring me in the bottomless hole....
Just like a cave that's has no escape...
Or an illness that's has no cure...
It's always there waiting to your weakest days....
When everyone turning back on you...
When everyone judge you...
And when everyone blame you...
The Calling of that Dark side you always tried to blur...
That's Whispering 'Revenged'...
Topic of this poem: darkness
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