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The night is dark we can see no light, it terrifies, it makes us question and wonder why, if there's light, why's the night so dark...
The night grows no brighter
my blighted friend
if in a war that grows nastier
you don't pick a side
and give everything nay all
to see your side victorious
yes you can not see
when standing on a fense
Lonely: A poem for the lost:
Lonely Star shines up in the sky
Its light sometimes fades, up high
I look at the sky that has never been blue
And I saw Lonely casting downwards its hue
To me it spoke about the cold
A heart of stone, taking an icy road
And I looked at myself into her shattered mirror
Of shared dark emotions and gasped out of horror
I have also been robbed of the warmth so fast
In this world of cold emotions which was vast
And I watched for a long time the lonely star
Yet the star kept fighting the night though so far
The treacherous mist tried to smother her & choke
Yet it fought and screamed, and about hope it spoke
It cast its words down on my wavering heart
And told me light and darkness never depart
And though the night promised to tear her apart
And To fill her void with poisonous doubt
She cast her glorious light, proud
And never made a doubtful sound
And she shed out of pain a couple of tears
As I knew the dark will realize her fears
As the night cast its cloak on her body
No one was there to hear her calls nobody
Distress took control over her mind
And in the darkness hope she tried to find
It yelped yet, Lonely was not ready to break
Though the dark was like a night snake
Treacherous and poisonous ready to kill
And the lonely star’s blood was gonna spill
To the human race, it looked downwards and smiled
And as she drifted searching for a place to hide
She called: for only in the darkest nights
Will we shine, amidst the brightest stars
No fears of darkness
no ....there is meaning there
No hiding around the firelight
no difference in the air
No stars shine in the day
no moon to caress the heart
No fears of the darkness
no ....we do need the night
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What is the relationship between the dark and the light?
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