Leonard a. Wronke Leonard a. Wronke
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I do not understand ...and blade...could you clarify?

Desi Mosier Desi Mosier
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blade refers to a knife

Leonard a. Wronke Leonard a. Wronke
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are you saying ..you have a blade because the person in this piece is going to use it on themselves.

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The Night


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The Night,
Her only escape.
In her fright,
She'll linger there to avoid her fate.


In the morning,
The Sun will rise.
He'll creep through her window,
And shine in her eyes.


In the dark haze,
Of her subconscious mind,
The young girls gaze,
Is what the Sun wishes to find.


The Sun extends his hand.
He asks her to return as she promised.
For she agreed 16 hours in his land,
and was granted eight hours of solace.


Though the Night is clever,
he begs her to stay.
"Linger here in my arms forever,
instead of just eight hours a day."


Every dark before the Sun arrives,
she'll ponder his offer.
But she has her promise to the Sun,
and a promise to another.


Life,
a promise I have made,
though it's hard to uphold with temptations of the Night,
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So Night,
I will continue to return with the Sun.
I will spend my time in the light,
And rejoice when my eight hours comes.


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