Blackness - Poem by Brandy Diaz
They feel like their life is going down hill.
Each day they give a piece of themselves away.
Each day their smiles become less frequent.
And their laughs are shorter in length.
Instead of the light at the end, they see a dark pool of black.
Nighmares seeking them out as they sleep.
They can't escape their miserable pattern.
The darkness is luring.
It sucks them in like a black hole.
Why fight it when they can just give up, and be covered in black silk.
Smooth yet suffocating.
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