Tired as the night, no end in sight.
Giving all that I am, they cut off their gram.
I share my heart, they throw their dart.
Pour out my love, they spit from above.
Tired as the night, no light in sight.
I have been tired as of late. Life hasn’t been bad, just tiring. A lot has been going on and I notice that it is really affecting my writing. Today, I’m not really feeling that great, but these words came to me and I figure that I should share them.
For any of you out there who are as Tired as the Night, hang in there. Dawn comes eventually.
If you would like to look at some of my other publications, here they are.
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Account of the Change Series:
Swell: Jake thought he knew what he was getting into when he moved to Japan. But destiny has other ideas and as the Swell draws near, no one is safe. Beware teacups, and adapt or die, because it is a brave new world out there and it will just as soon eat you as save you. Myths and Legends, new and old, are back to play, so keep your friends close and your Tanuki closer because you’re going to need all the help you can get if you plan to survive.
Swell: A New Beginning: Sometimes new beginnings are actually old. Aida Kyoko thought she knew who she was and what she was going to do with her life. But when she catches wind of what is to come, her life is forever changed as she travels through the changed world that she tried to warn everyone was coming. With the aid of friends and plucky family, can she survive the demands of this new world and find her place in it?
Swell: A Different Path: When Mick Renalds packed his bags and left for Japan, he thought he was rid of his old life, but some people are destined to walk a Different Path. As much as Mick would like to live the quiet life, Destiny has something else in mind and Mick is just the man for the Job. As the world turns upside down, the real monsters are out to play, and only Mick can stand in their way.