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Author: EW61
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Class/Type: Poetry /Serious
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For Tara:
After a very hard day


Whichever way
The wind blows
However long
We don't know
I'm with you
On this journey
Looking for the way

The way will
Give you freedom
To grab your dreams
And be them
No matter how
No matter when
I know you
Will prevail
And then...

With Phoenix
You'll soar past pain
Past breathless
Sleepless nights...
You'll take the
Lessons of these days
With them,
Reclaim your life

Though I am but
A Witness
And we may disagree
I know your heart, my daughter
How can I not believe?

I've watched you brave
The hardship
I've watched you take
Your stand
I've listened on the sidelines
I've acted when I can

Even as we struggle
Through seamless, endless nights
We'll see this through together
Somehow we'll set it right

We're human
Bound to do our best
To find our way to brave...

Though short term rounds
They fade

The truth
Is in the bond
We've made

One day
When you've recovered
You'll share this history
And I'll still be here cheering
As you sing!

Submitted on 2011-12-11 21:31:59     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  I like this it sweet and loving
it shows great emotion
| Posted on 2011-12-26 00:00:00 | by littlepoet | [ Reply to This ]

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