As I Lie in a Meadow Green

January 29, 2012
As I lay in a meadow green,
The moonlight bathing only the mean,
My soul is me
And it is not free

A voice once known rings in my ear
I run to it, to see it, to again be near
Though fate strikes me
A single flame is lit for "we"

As I run to the voice
Good or Bad is now my choice
The moon and stars crash on me
My wrongs, I now can see

Never abandon, never leave
Never gossip, never deceive
Never destroy, never ignore
Never betray, never more

With that flame lit again
Forgiveness I must attain
I push away the moon and stars
Though there, never can mend, is their scars

Again, forgiveness I must begin,
Though no excuse can atone for my sin,
Ill admit, anger is depressions creation
With our friendship, I must aid in salvation

Forgive me,
Forgive me not,
I can see
A lesson I've been taught

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imhereforthethought said...
Feb. 12, 2014 at 8:17 am
Excellent writing. Your ideas are basic, yet command a reader's attention with their resolute dynamic.
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