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Shaunt Khalatian


Darkness


When darkness takes over your soul and
you start searching for light with no sight
what would be the point of light if you're all blind!
been hearing bells ringing, in far distance, a reminder of wedding's funeral.
Moon forgives Sun for taking her place everyday, so why do I struggle with that concept
but I'm an optimist and that alone is enough to see though the dark. no need for light as I am the dark
I walk tall, as the future regrets is the thing of the past

Submitted: Monday, December 16, 2013
Edited: Monday, December 16, 2013

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