Midnight | Teen Ink


October 16, 2009
By HayBay BRONZE, Mt.airy, North Carolina
HayBay BRONZE, Mt.airy, North Carolina
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It's so dark in this life,
Dark as midnight.
Darker than you can ever know.
Even the Winter snow,
Dark as midnight.
That's my life,
That's were I live.
Where it's dark as midnight.

Love there is not,
niether laughter nor light.
Just the hate, sorrow, and midnight.
To you maybe it's wierd,
To me it is normal.

Now still dark as midnight,
I lay still without a musle moving.
Knowing that if I move,
I'll be stuck in the midnight forever.
He leaves me cring at midnight,
every night, at midnight, he leaves me cring.

So I look out the window,
Still dark as midnight.
And watch the midnight snow.

The author's comments:
I wrote this poem when I was 11 because I was sad, and overflowing with hate. When I wrote this poem I let goo of everything I was feeling and poured it onto the paper. The wordds if your read carefully wll show you how much pain I had.

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ninian SILVER said...
on Oct. 22 2009 at 4:45 pm
ninian SILVER, Alexandria, Virginia
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wow this is really deep, dark and depressive... i LOVE it. i hope you feel beter and write some more