William F Glennon
Sleepness - Poem by William F Glennon
The Daylight turns to night.
The mind is in for a fight.
The night brings dread and fear.
The thoughts will come clear.
Hours of darkness are long.
The shadows linger about.
The beat of your heart is
The night becomes dawn.
The light is re-born.
Is god giving you another day?
With so much time taken away.
Will the day give you hope?
Will someone help you cope?
Is Drugs the only release?
Will possession of my soul bring me peace?
Will the mist and fog blind me?
Will the reflections allow me to be?
Where the day takes me, I will see.
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