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  • Writer's pictureLES HENSON

Darkness in the Night (Poem)

Updated: May 12, 2020

Fear comes in the darkness incapable of sleep the mind wanders possessed by darkening shadows invading the darkness of the night.

Tossing and turning sighing and groaning the restless mind is unable to conquer fearful and disturbing thoughts.

All seems so bleak and daunting in the middle of the night no sense of hope foreboding dreams prevail without relenting.

A sense of despondency and despair grips one like a clenched fist refusing to let go its hold with unrelenting ease.

All appears so gloomy in the night yet the coming dawn brings hope shadows disperse with the early morning sun hope reborn and fears dissolved.

. . . . . at least for the daylight hours.

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