From The Void

Poem By adam stevens

He laughed then into the void
Sound echoing back and all around
It seemed that he had found
A crack in a solid wall
Though he knew that again he would fall
It was still murky
To see anything through it all
But the fear was fading
He could remember the path
And was set to start
Beating strongly again was his heart
Glance up, see the sparkle
Even in a dimly lit place

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