What happens when the lights go out?
Darkness swallows the space.
You go wondering what is hiding in the dark.
You don’t know who is watching in the dark.
Cold creeps on to your feet.
Stopping you to move to where you want.
Heck, you don’t even know where you are.
You can’t see yourself.
You can’t even call your shadow to be with you.
Senses go wild in the absence of light.
So wild, you can’t even control them, can’t even obey your mind.
The mind builds a fortress, imagined security.
But then gets destroyed by shades, uncertainty.
You’re finding something, someone, somehow.
Yet you are lost, no clues except for the things you feel.
Even the sound gets hollowed as it comes from nothing.
Because in the dark, everything is nothing but imagined.
Still, you believe you’ll find what you want.
You believe it is there somewhere in the dark.
You believe that it is close to you.
You believe that you’ll see it again.
You believed wrong.
Even if you can still feel it, with hope and no doubt
Anything will be lost, when the lights go out.