Dark Girl - Poem by Uriah Hamilton
Dogs will laugh
In the streets,
And we’ll kiss wildly
Escaping the asylum.
You’re a dark girl
So I’m painting
My roses black,
And I’ll murder the sun
If he ever turns his back.
I would rather
Enter the palace of your pain
Than continue to exist
In the prison cell of my loneliness.
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