Somewhere In The Night By Marilyn

The poem 'Somewhere In The Night', by Marilyn, is an expression of the feelings of an emo, with respect to the world around her. Marilyn feels sad about all the sorrowful features of the world. She seems concerned about the cries of babies, pain of woman, old age and death. She, being an emo, can easily associate with the pain and sufferings of other people. She feels that everything that is happening in the world in dark needs a new light to be corrected. She asks for light's whereabouts and feels as if she is dying alone in the night.

Somewhere In The Night


Somewhere in the night a child cries,

A woman weeps and someone dies.

Somewhere in the night, humanity hides.


Somewhere in the night, a soul screams,

As people fade and die, lost in dreams,

Somewhere in the night, reality lives.


Somewhere in the night loneliness dwells,

As people die, no sounding bells,

Somewhere in the night, she dies alone.


Somewhere in the night

Where is the light?

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