Dark Nights


The Nights are the hardest

When Sorrow comes and drowns me in her misery

She reminds me that I’ll never know Love

That I’ll never know Acceptance

That I’ll never be Free to be who I am

And Loneliness accompanies her

His hand on my Heart gripping it tight

Ready to stop it Beatig and part of me wishes he would

His words are Cruel

That the Ones I love don’t understand

And will Never understand 

And if I tell them, they’ll Leave

And reject me for being Myself

The thought alone is enough to send me Spiraling 

Together they Remind me that at the end of the day

When everyone goes home, they all have Someone to go Home to

While I have Nothing but a bed

With only Sorrow and Loneliness to keep me company


  • Author: writersblock (Offline Offline)
  • Published: April 17th, 2018 00:38
  • Comment from author about the poem: This is about the fact that I am very gay and afraid
  • Category: Sad
  • Views: 21
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