Weary

August 24, 2009
By Ashley Coulter SILVER, Mount Washington, Kentucky
Ashley Coulter SILVER, Mount Washington, Kentucky
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Color the wild horses, liberate tied reins
Unbind residual forces, alleviate my pains
Put no faith in walls, child, walls tumble down
Sing husky song 'til it fall - to entwine me in sound
Stay by my side
When weary knocks at my door
Love can't run to hide
When lain across the floor
Engulf fires within, all comes the sky turns red
Useless is defense, when malice self-bred
Roam with candor, child, travel by empty hands
Smile it's slander, a pearl lies among sands
Sing me the rough tide
When weary comes to ask for more
Time boasts, 'it has died'
And the colorful wild horses soar
Oh child, my heart, freedom is at play
Weary shall return again, only to run away



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