Friday, September 11, 2015


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A Poem Of Responsibility

The daylight is spent
And wharf stones give poor comfort
Where he sits
Awaiting the night.
When stars come and reflect
On the rising tide
And waters conquer the edges
Of our world
With white restless foam.
He has no clue
To her secret histories below with
Lost hopes, dreams, and loves.
He waits for the starlight to shine
Its hope on the waters;
Like the sparkle that glitters
In soft midnight eyes.
It is easier to blame the dark
On the night
Than to carry the torch
And be another person's
We all fail those duties-
To be for another;
Still, the tide comes in
On moonlight glitter,
And each wave whispers,
"Your light may yet shine
To brighten another soul's
Darkening sea."

"In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven." Matthew 15:16.

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