Charlie Bain


Moonlight Games - Poem by Charlie Bain

Stranger things have come and gone
Than my mind and heart combined
But they slipped by invisibly
Hiding in the night

What I would give to join their clan
Not for fear of the names
Of freak or witch or stranger
But rather to join their games

The moonlight games are a fine sight
Of destruction and ironic laughter
The promise of hell is much stronger
Than that of happily ever after

Outside under the moonlight sky
Is where my soul feels well
It's where my heart meets darkness
And my body is more than a shell

It's where I can let myself be me
And feel no fear or shame
A place though dark, it does not judge
We're all treated exactly the same

I am meant to join the ranks
In this war of goodness and shit
But which side is which? I cannot tell
So I will choose where I fit

For I am but a demon, dear
I'll whisper this once, so hark
I'll play hide and seek with the Shadows
And hunt angels in the dark

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 8, 2012


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