Tempted by the dark side
Life is worth Living! Enjoy your humanity
Introduction: I’ve been writing for quite a while, and this is a really old poem. I guess it goes back to the summer of grade nine or so. It was really wacky, so I decided to modify it and fix some spelling and other stuff. The poem rotates around a girl who is given a visit by one of the dark lords (name not mentioned in the poem) but referred to as YOU. The dark entity offers the desperate girl love money glory and most importantly a way out. The girl is really tempted by the outstanding offer, and she almost takes it . Before any other second passes by an angel who was just passing by stops her from making the most awful mistake in her life. He states that life is worth living. All what a person must do is keep on pushing. “Try hard! Live life and don’t give up!” The angel states that it is our humanity that makes us who we really are. And all what we have to do is push and earn our rightful place on God’s land.
I feel so tempted by the glory of the dark side
Because my identity I’m forced to hide
I call upon the angels but heaven lets me down
I have been promised pain, so down I drown
You come to me in the darkest times
When angles savor our cries
Say my name you say
And i'll take your pain away
Join me forever, in the dark side
And you'll never have to hide
"I'm so sick of when they say
It's just a phase you'll be ok"
Love money glory
Anything for you honey
The dark side you say?
You'll take my pain away
Come on! Don’t give up! Give life a chance
A broken angel says while taking a glance
Don't let misery tear you apart!
You are human! Live by that heart
Keep pushing! Fight for your right
Never ever let go! Or fall to the dark
Don't fall because of a silly remark
Enjoy your life and humanity
Stay free for eternity
Don't condemn yourself to misery despair and pain
Remember my wise words every time you feel the rain
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