One Gift Remains

Take it to the Ocean,

She's the mother who knows

For a million years she's heard the joys,

And caught the tears that fell, dripping into her

Children young and old, either alone or together

Have looked to her in calm and storm to be their guide

Searching to find solace whether elated or fallen in pride

Perhaps trying to make sense out of what they've left behind

A life once known, not working or just blind

Nothing as it should be, out of turn they've spoken

Hopes, dreams and promises broken,

left in the wake of their own vision

Trailing sand, sifting through the divisions..

Tender hearts in need of mending

Knowing one day, to home she'll be sending

Emotionally adrift, a pain unending, still one gift remains

Destiny will come along

singing a new and joyful song

© Kristine Kenyon


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Comment by Kristine on May 1, 2010 at 2:08am
I was just told, thank you so much and it's good to be here.

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