poet Aaron Robinson

Aaron Robinson

Dark Hallways

Dark hallways are all around me
I see a light off in the distance, barely.
I look upon the walls covered in blood,
The thoughts race through my mind the smell of rotting wood
I am pulled inside a room,
The door closes with a loud Boom!

Peering into the darkness what do I see?
Why it is nothing more than a picture of me.
Upon further investigation,
A moment to stare at my pale complexion,
I see the picture is a dark reflection.
This, this just cannot be

Stuck within these hallways
Which way do I go?
All is the remembrance of darkness always
Just let me be, let me go.

All that is true is lost in the shuffle,
I cannot seem to break free
Forever lost within the sea,
Of my mind and dark soul

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 15, 2007
Poem Edited: Saturday, January 15, 2011

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