Dark Clouds

Dark clouds are soon to come

After the storm, you’ll see the sun.

Flashes of lightening and crashes of thunder;

Humid air, I sit in a chair and wonder.

These summer showers come every year

I sit and watch until they clear.

The flashes of light are like a photo shoot.

Good thing I decided to wear my proper suit.

Drops of rain hit the leaves,

With the wind brings a breeze.

Tree’s sway like they’re dancing

Run and play, children prancing.

Roaring thunder rumbles

So startled, I begin to stumble.

Tripping over my feet, I look up to see,

The storm that has formed over my head

Has scared most they’ve even fled.

But not me I will conquer,

Not like everyone gone bonkers.

After the storm, it seems to calm

No more sweat inside my palms.

The fear has left, when it’s clear,

Each step will come much easier.

Who Have I Become?

Done, finished with fun.

Enough tears to black out the sun.

Emotional rollercoaster.

Twists, and turns.

Bends and loops.

I burn like the hottest flame.

I have learned quietly from my shame.

I blame no one, simply myself.

My acts have been wronged.

On a search for self-help.

Enlightened and still so frightened.

This is natural like the grass that grows.

And the river that flows;

It may look the same but everyday,

It will have changed.

I sleep less, and see things crazed.

Night terrors will have you in a daze.

Where is faith?

My lack a praise.

This had me in a chase,

I couldn’t recognize my own face,

In the mirror smashed into pieces.

Who have I become, a bum.

With no fight left.

Light and dark

My last journey I embark;

Will be one step off a cliff.

An accident maybe I’ll slip.

The evidence is there

A letter I’ll leave with one last prayer.

This life has been taken.