I know sometimes I sound like a black hole, and my poems are only of unhappiness, But i swear there are good days. It's just that if I were to put the good days and the bad days on a seesaw, The bad days would outweigh the good ones. Their weight would keep them planted on the ground while the good days float 3 feet above with a smile on their face and a stupid halo around their head, No fear of the word "fat" or worrying about taking up too much space, And sometimes the bad days would get so low, they'd take their feet out from under them and hit absolute rock bottom, Because what's the point of that support if it won't ever be good enough? What's the point in living a life where nothing you do is ever good enough? But the impact of the fall is so forceful that the bad days bounce back, Causing the good days to slam onto the ground while the bad days get just a sliver of what it's like to be in the limelight. Sometimes the darkness needs to have their moment, even if it's only a millisecond long and they end up breaking their tailbone on the fall back. I guess what I'm trying to say is that I seem to have a lot more bad days than good, but I swear I'm okay. I find the strength to fight back and push the darkness upwards in attempt to save it from its bad reputation. Turn it into art. Offer it some adjectives and shiny words to make it feel better. Share it proudly with the world to show that not every day is a good day. That most of the time I am a mess With a head consumed by a thick, dark, fog Weighing me down so low that my thoughts are being dragged in the dirt on the playground as kids stomp all over me. Giving me black and blues that only cause me to become darker. But I will not let the bad days bring me down. Instead I will bring the bad days up. Because even the longest, darkest, tunnels have an opening. Whether it be a small crack, or a staircase of light, It is this darkness that gives me a purpose. It is the darkness that gives me a light. It is the darkness that gives me a voice.