William F Glennon
Prison - Poem by William F Glennon
So afraid of where you're going.
Numb to where you've been.
You'll never change.
Too many empty places, too many
Dreading the dark feelings.
Frightened by the heart not healing.
The sun don't shine. Darkness is your
only friend. The moon reflects off
the bars. Shadow less men will always
walk these tiers under fallen stars.
You need to stop dancing
with ghosts fueling your despair.
Where the future takes you.
You just don't care.
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