I have darkness in me.
Desires not sealed fair by the civilization
And needs that have been declared unvoid.
I have dreams that are forbidden to the female body,
The pleasure I seek colored black by their brushes.
The words I speak of are marked red,
My schedule not righteous for survival.
Things I do
The air I breathe
It’s all dark –
That’s what they made me believe.
But what if those are sunbeams forbidden to escape my inside?
Thrashed by the civilization
So they look misleaded and grim.