Tower's Fall

Tower's Fall

A Poem by Darkyshadow

Barefooted, I took my steps
Tried to escape but never did.
Deafening curses echoed in silence,
Conscience was my opponent.

Alone in this battlefield,
I am defeated.

Jailed in this room of own guilt,
Embracing the coldness of regrets
Where only abandoned memories
Of an innocent child laid asleep
Were left to reminisce.

How would I be punished?
When I longed for true justice,
When forgiveness couldn't find it's rhythm.

I am, again, defeated.

© 2017 Darkyshadow



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Guilt truly feels like a jail. You can't escape if you can't forgive yourself or admit what you did.

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Added on September 26, 2017
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Darkyshadow
Darkyshadow

Tanauan City, Batangas, Region 4-A, Philippines



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I don't think about what I can't do. I just do what I can and enjoy life. Hey everyone! Welcome to my profile. I love to read and write anything. Just enjoying myself here on Earth before I pass away... more..

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