Night Time

Night Time

I hate the world's shine time
I love the world's area for sin
This is the Devil's primetime
At night is when I want my day to begin
The sun is nothing but a child that must obey curfew set by his father
The moon is a rebel that hangs out 24/7 not wanting to be bothered
I dislike day walkers, I want to be a monster in the night
Want to hang out with all the demons, witches, leaches and parasites
Bypass skylight
It's all about that moonlight, the nightlights, flashlights, and
A place that may seem pleasant during the day, at night may be a creep site

While everyone else is taking their bedtime shower, I'm swimming in that night pool
While everyone else is counting sheep, I'm counting numbers in night school
Evading stars in flight school
Peeping into heaven with my gigantic height stool
Proving to all them haters that night rules
I try to invite my friends out, we should go chill by the park
But being the cowards that they are, they all are afraid of the dark
So for a little light, they pull out a liter and make a little spark
So I tell them to calm down, I have seen places more darker than the inside of the Devil's heart
What heart you may ask
He has shown me a lot of fun places in the past
The lawn of evil where I have seen the greener grass
At night with clear weather
Gives me a feeling like I'm rolling all sevens
The more darker the better
Even when I blink I think I have died and went to heaven
My wife the moon begins to vanish, my worst enemy the sun then begins to rise
The love of my life is gone temporarily, my friends begin to criticize
My love and it's source
I feel that I am getting a divorce, then we meet again soon
Then we get right back into finishing our honeymoon
I got a lubby dubby feeling, I love my wife's essence
Then when the morning arrives I sleep through my enemy's presence

 Tylee Martin
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Submitted on March 08, 2011

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Quick analysis:

Closest metre Iambic hexameter
Characters 1,842
Words 365
Stanzas 3
Stanza Lengths 12, 23, 3

Tylee Martin

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