Courtney LeBarron

Room Of Darkness - Poem by Courtney LeBarron

As she sits in her room of darkness
she thinks of a better time
she wonders when it will come together
she hope she will make it
she hears them argue every night
in the dark cold lonely night
she wants it to all go away
she wants her pain to end
she reaches across the bed to her dresser
and slides a shinning object across her arm
she see the blood pour from her wrist
she knows that now it will be a little better for her..
to stand her mothers pain filled cries

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, May 26, 2011

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