Aside from most Goths’ every day wardrobe, the color black is widely used in most cultures. In Western Culture, black is most commonly worn to funerals and to represent a time of mourning. Japan, Thailand, Greece, Mexico and the Tonga are just a few other countries that also have this tradition. This practice can be dated back to the beginning of the Roman Empire. To the Aztecs, black represented war. In Russia, widows will wear black the rest of their lives.
I hate your lies The ones you speak Silently in my ear Only I can hear The guilt-strewn ugly That shame that You taunt me with Alone by my side Chagrined at the evil That lingers near me Always in spirit Beckoning to me Oh dark, evil hatred I despise how you steal You kill ALL my joy My peace, You dispel The light at the end Of the tunnel Draws closer The closer I get The less you can torture… Me “Redd”Sonia Sauruk...