Shirley K.W. Ka
Child In Darkness - Poem by Shirley K.W. Ka
There's a child crying in darkness,
where she hid herself.
She can't seem to find the pieces,
of what she knew so well.
So there she sat tourmented, screaming in the pain.
There's no one to turn to, no one else to blame.
Thunder and lighting compliments the curse,
their roaring surrounds her, she's wrapped in hurt.
And then it rains, it pours, it showers,
the darkness clouds rage in power.
It's overwleming, she's giving in..
So there she lies, hopeless, dying.
She looks up into the sky of darkness,
Tearing up in her doubtful eyes,
Expecting to see the heart of heartless
But there she sees it, in the corner,
A Silverlining comsuming Darkness.
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