The Angel of Light

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A reflection of how I feel right now.

Submitted: April 09, 2013

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Submitted: April 09, 2013





The trauma, the memories

Haunting my mind

They grab me; they tear off my limbs

I’m walking on razor sharp, broken glass

It’s not that terrible

There was more pain in my past

Everywhere I walk

A new shard of glass pierces me

Is this a nightmare?

This can’t be reality

But oh, here it goes

The hair raising wind

I tremble as I see it coming

Tall and disastrous

Grimy and grim

Evil little demon

Won’t dare let me have my freedom

Haven’t I had enough?

Please don’t hurt me again

It raises its massive arms

And lets out a roar

It reeks of stentorian

I can’t take any more

Please, help me, I wanted to live

It takes away my happiness

Now I no longer want any life to give

It says, you deserve this, you worthless little snot

I will destroy you, you no longer have a shot

I try fighting it; I’m ripping it to shreds

He can’t be defeated

I’m better off dead

I say, monster you won

I have no will to fight

I’m already done

Out in the distance, I see a shadow of wings

Is this really happening?

Or am I in a dream?

The angel smiles at me and lends me her hand

Why do you care? I don’t understand

She lifts me up and puts me on her back

She’s saving me from this deadly combat

Her angelic eyes stare deep in my soul

You’ve been working hard, you took on a toll

She says, I love you, my little warrior

And deep inside, I feel much merrier

The evil, monstrous demon still comes to fight

But right by my side, I have the angel of light

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