Someday - Poem by Twilight Whispers
The moon was dark, the sky was black
The wind was bitter and strong
I hugged my knees and wondered
Where I should belong.
My mind became all muddled
Tangled and confused
My heart felt cold and broken
Lonely and accused.
Everyone seemed so ignorant
They didn’t understand
They wouldn’t help and expected me
To follow their every command
But there came a day when everything
Suddenly made sense.
I found that I was no longer
Sitting on the fence.
The sun, it shone much brighter
The grass, it looked so green
The skies were so much bluer
Than I’d ever seen.
My mind was clear of worries,
I held my head up high
I fought the world with confidence
I felt like I could fly.
But as I skimmed the fluffy clouds
My confidence blew away
I fell back down to where I’d begun
And I hoped, I wished, I would be alright again…
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