We all are same in the dark.

It’s one, and its dark,
pitch black clouds above us all,
No more cowering away, i don’t need to hide
The gloominess of the night veils my flaws
I might be a failure through the day
A nobody amongst the mass
And the rays of the ever magnificent sun
may perhaps put to light my scars
But in the shadows of the night

With no one to judge me at first sight
I am free to cry, free to laugh
no more worries, no judgement wars
The day exists to separate us
the night, but for a different cause
it works to unite us as a whole
limb to limb, heart to heart

 

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