Waiting

It seems that sleep depravation and an early start are conducive to creativity. This is another one written first thing this morning, between about 5:30 and 7:00. Hope you like it.

Walk in silence, it’s not that far,
To where you found your joy;
Take solace in the little things,
The tone in which the silence rings,
And where a smile sets love to wing,
You’ll find me waiting there.

Walk in sorrow, it’s near and near,
To where you lost your guilt;
No more to rage against the night,
Nor cry at what may be and might,
But step by step become the light,
You’ll find me waiting there.

Walk forever, or just a day,
However long it takes;
Time will pass the world will turn,
Your mind will grow with things you’ll learn,
The stars will fall and the sky will burn,
But I’ll be waiting there.

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2 Responses to Waiting

  1. I really like this — it has a wonderfully hopeful spirit.

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