Stuart Doggett


Sorrow - Poem by Stuart Doggett

We forgot the darkness.
We forgot the darkness.

Encased by the ice,
Swallowed by the sea,
Drowned by the grasslands
And consumed by the trees.

We stood to face the darkness.
We stood to face the darkness.
Jingitzu.

We fought on the outside
But rotted and decayed,
Darkness was inside us,
We couldn’t drive it away.

We embraced the darkness.
We embraced the darkness.
Jingitzu.
Jingitzu.
So much sorrow.

Once we built cities,
Once we controlled,
But fires burn where we stood,
Old memories of the world.

We’re lost inside the darkness.
We’re lost inside the darkness.
Jingitzu.
Jingitzu.
So much sorrow.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 30, 2008



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