Walter C. Edwards


Solar In The Dark


I going to go solar in the dark,
going to mime all by myself,
and wait for the audience,
to react to the performance,
sing with out making a sound,
dance with out moving,
and then just laugh,
when I am dying inside,
then paint a picture,
that no one can even see,
in the aftermath of all that,
just be me.

Submitted: Monday, April 01, 2013
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