When I in darkness walk

When I in darkness walk,
Baring my soul to the creatures of the night,
Declaring my ill-fortunes,
Troubling deaf doves with words of loneliness,
Cursing myself for priviledges denied,
Confessing my wrongs to the heavens,
Testifying to the existance of everlasting love,
When I in darkness walk,
The love of my life sleeps peacefully in her bed.

Poetry by Advice
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Written on 2007-01-24 at 10:56

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