Shemsi Elsani

Rookie - 396 Points (malaysia)

In The Darkest Of The Night - Poem by Shemsi Elsani

The tears were black, pitch black
So did the inside of him
Holding tightly to the realm of resentment
Settled like a stubborn feeling, wandering around inside the darkness
Wailing into the darkest of the night
Weeping for something unattainable
Behind those curtains of blackness
Praying for the miracles, to lift up all of those cloudness
Once and for all
Neither dying nor living
Tempter, for the lusts

Goes those blackness of the night
Eating up everything of those lucidities
Left nothing but doubtfulness
To be obedient like a tempter, smiling grudely
Taking over evrything of the happiness
Scrapping away every pieces of hopefulness
Hopelesness pursue, like lion pouncing at the prey
Vicarously taking over, forever

Forever he'd be there, inside the darkness
Blanketing the whole universe with the blackest of the secrets
Hidden deep within the blackened heart
Broken into pieces of darkness, soaring through of the spaces
Full of doubt, full the uncertainties, like a ghostly shadows
Eerie and hunted

Waddling through the thickest of the blackened night
Trying hard to disengaged
Giving up every pieces of left souls
Clawing flawlessly for the help that would never come
Part of them, he'd become

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, July 7, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, July 8, 2013

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