Insomnia (poetry by Ashley Pentycofe)
I lay on this box of springs and cotton
I watch as the war begins
The Light fighting the arrival of Darkness
As Lightness slowly expires
Darkness creeps in
It takes over the land Light once ruled
Leaving some small colonies of Light
As even Darkness cannot survive without Light
Though time Light grows bigger
Soon there is a rebellion
Lightness begins to push Darkness to extinction
It keeps small souvenirs tucked away in small areas of the room
There, light will bask in its glory
Till Darkness grows
And history repeats itself
Ashley Pentycofe 7/09/2012
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