Welcoming me into Night

July 12, 2012
By AlisaG101 BRONZE, Colchester, Connecticut
AlisaG101 BRONZE, Colchester, Connecticut
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Favorite Quote:
"I'd rather die tomorrow, than live a hundred years without knowing you"


Pitch black they're no street lights,
Light rain comes down,
The crack of thunder makes me shiver,
Yet i love it so much.
It gives me goose bumps,
But it feels like a rush,
I can look up and still see the stars,
Not as bright though,
Not so clear either.
Never scared of the dark,
It welcomes me out at night,
Whether its raining cloudy or misty
I sit on a damp hill,
Grass feels mushy and wet,
Sighing i sit back thinking,
The air is warm and cold.
Instead of thinking, my mind wanders
Wanders into my past and future,
Ignoring both the pulls,
I reach out for a new one...


The author's comments:
I wrote it because i was thinking about a place i used to go and think about things....that place inspired me to write this poem and tell people how i feel about it and what I'd think about.

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Niti-M BRONZE said...
on Jul. 16 2012 at 11:55 pm
Niti-M BRONZE, Mumbai (Matunga), Other
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The end is magnificent yet some how haunting. I love it. Beautiful. Teach me how to write haunting poems! haha. Read some of my work too, please? :)


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