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Midnight absolution

inspired by the In Eclipse challenge

By Heather HublerPublished 3 months ago Updated 3 months ago 1 min read
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Etched into my DNA, imprinted on my heart, you make it such a simple

choice to choose–I'll always pick shadows if it means you'll have the

light. For you were meant for it, the sun's glory and the moonbeams' bath, firelight and starry glow. Yet I,

I am meant for other. A willing

phantom of the darkness; a depthless, blackened void to drain your

sorrows, ease your pain; I'll do anything to keep the taint of pitch from bleeding onto you.

Ever your slave to the night. Your midnight absolution.

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Thank you very much for reading :)

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You can read all of my In Eclipse challenge entries so far in this compilation post!

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Comments (7)

  • Cathy holmes3 months ago

    Wow. I think this is one of my faves. 'I'll always pick shadows if it means you'll have the light.' Damn!

  • Shirley Belk3 months ago

    Intriguing

  • I was once like this. But now I choose myself. I do have relapses though because it's tough to do that when I'm a pathological people pleaser but I'm trying hehehe. Loved your Acrostic!

  • JBaz3 months ago

    This has Mothers love written all over it. What a parent won't do for their child. Beautiful

  • Hannah Moore3 months ago

    I am thinking of my children.

  • Rachel Deeming3 months ago

    This is excellent, Heather.

  • Dana Crandell3 months ago

    Dang it, Sissy! Jest when i think I'm all catched up on m' reads, yore name pops up in my note if acayshuns.😉 This is soooo good! Deep, and dark, and beautifully written! Big bro is awestruck!

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