Darkness freedomMy life can be described in one wordDarknessThe darkness always followed meLike a shadow in the presence of the sunWatching your every moveFollowing you, without restThe darkness wasn’t always thereLong ago, it was just a mere speckFar away, small, unnoticeableBut as I grew, so did the speck,That once harmless speckThe darkness always made me fearFor myselfFor my lifeFor what the next day would bringThat unforgivable darknessHow could it follow me and make me weepMake me feel pain, a never ending painA pain that kept going, like a waterfall filled with bloodThe darkness, so strong, is hard to breakBut can be shatteredLike a glass falling to the groundGood bye darkness, I am happy nowGood bye pain, never will you returnGood bye former lifeGood bye former meI’m happy now, freeThe light finally is following meGood bye darkness, forever rest in peace.
With in the jewelry boxI stared at the scene before me, reddish brown pools of blood on the dark black pavement. The ear shattering sound of sirens bounced off of all the buildings, hitting me from every angle of my body. I could see many blurry figures, running around like a pack of dogs chasing a bone. Trying to find information, clues, as to what has happened.Even though I knew my parents were holding me tightly, I felt nothing. Not a single sensation of pain. Happiness. Nothing. All I could do was stare blankly at everything unfolding before me.The last thing I remember seeing were those pale blue eyes of a young man and the words that came out of his mouth, almost like a whisper to my ears. My sister was gone, there was nothing left behind to solve her murder.Three years from that night, I watch grimly as the luminous car of the couple that lives three doors down, drives off. The light cool rain gently touches my dry skin as they leave my sight.I walk steadily towards my immense old home, thinking