Darkness

Darkness

A Poem by sasha

 

Dark corner

The room was kept dark

It was too dark to read

It gets dark here early in the winter

It was dark outside and she couldn't see him much

"It's only four o'clock and it's nearly dark already

What time does it get dark in the summer?"

 

dark dress

dark green

dark colours

dark star

The only downside is the sombre shades used, but then again dark colours are more practical

 

dark skin

dark spots on the skin

dark eyes

She had dark hair

A tall dark man was sitting in the corner

dark forces

(the darker side of human nature)

dark times

her dark lot

 

in the dark days after her father's death

(to take a dark view of her future)

dark thoughts

He was waiting with a dark look on his face

 

dark humour

dark comedy

The drift of the Maker is dark

(to keep something dark)

(in the darkest Europe)

The court was dark today

 

dark coffee

dark chocolate

dark l

The darkest hour is just before the dawn

before dark

after dark

She groped for the door in the dark

being afraid of the dark

(Cats can see in the dark)

 

She sat in the dark room alone.

(Soon it will be dark enough to see the stars).

It was a dark and stormy night.

Dark clouds of smoke were coming from the windows.

 

She was wearing a dark suit to the interview,

A man was wearing dark clothing, too.

 

"Mr. Maerz Morina, as a welfare recipient you may no one let live with you in the social housing! We decide it, I decide it!") A caseworker raised her hand and waved with her index finger while shaking her head very fast.

 

("Herr März Morina, als Sozialhilfeempfänger darfst du niemanden hier zu dir kommen lassen, um mit dir zu wohnen! Wir entscheiden es, ich entscheide es!")

(You could hear the menace in her voice).

 

He was waiting with a dark look on his face

dark humour

dark comedy

The drift of the Maker is dark

(to keep something dark)

(in the darkest Europe)

The court was dark today

"You've got dark circles under your eyes this morning"

 

dark dress

dark green

dark colours

dark star

The only downside is the sombre shades used, but then again dark colours are more practical

 

© 2014 sasha


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there is everthing dark yes like at europe. i think europe culture is really dark . i think we enjoyed no hope. i really like it how you describe this darkness . very sad and also very calm. thank you

Posted 7 Years Ago


I have got a new PC; it was a problem to post on here with another browser.. I have missed the site, only now I have installed Firefox, and it functiones.

thank you for your nice words, Jacob.


Posted 7 Years Ago


this poem is dark, but then quite practical because sometimes we just don't appreciate that dark counteracts light, contrasts it...and we wouldn't appreciate the light moments in life if we didn't have the dark for comparison.

i wonder if a darker mood is more practical...at least it seems more practical as a muse for the poet...we seldom write of the light moments, do we?

i love how you made such extensive use of this concept and that word in your poem.

Posted 7 Years Ago



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Added on November 9, 2013
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