Chains

Poem By David Wilson

Bound and held back from the world I seek
Few know the destruction I wreak
In the mind of another
My soul is my own
But let it forever be known
I am his guardian in bone
A black shadow, upon the horizon
Waiting for you
To bring your eyes in
And if not him, then who am I
Give me a form
Before I die
Help me child
For your all that can
-A Nameless Shadow

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