The Raven Sleeps | Poem

I walked in the darkness too long,

This has become part of soul,

Now, bright hurts these eyes,

What have I done to my heart, Queen?

My soul slept in the darkness too long,

This turned himself the darkest light,

Don’t wonder wonderfully wide,

I still crave of life I cringed.

Sing a song to my soul,

When she comes dressed,

I must leave her smile,

What have I done to my heart,

Deathra?

©Suraj Jangid

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