Jamminblu

Reborn



Upon the plains

My mind starts to twist and spin

Arms stretched to embrace a dancing star

Eyes closed

My lungs fill with the dampness of the wind

The silence of the inner storm

Begins to echo from within

 

Charging into the tempest of my mind's inner eye

Upon the back of a black unicorn

A soul consumed of rage doth ride

 

A tear in the heart of the storm

Piercing my very soul

Cast upon the inevitable mortal horn

The beat of my heart begins to slow

Within the flesh that is now torn

 

I met an angel upon the altar of my past

Eyes made of two pools of the most beautiful blue

As I lay

He reached to catch the tear falling from my cheek

How do I heal?

My voice breaking as I began to ask

In death's silence

He said the answer has always been inside of you

Within the light of your inner most thoughts

Are the answers you so desperately seek

 

Upon my heart he placed his hand

Renewed life within my body began

It is with the memories of a son's love

That fills this angel's wings

And calms the storm both within and above

 

Always smile when you think of me

Celebrate my life

For this isn't the end

Build a bridge of happy memories

That will span the Heavens

Tomorrow will soon be gone

And we will be together again

 

I awoke under the tail of a misty rainbow

The rays of my father's love shown down upon me

I reached to the past

And found so many sweet memories to sow

I'll meet you, dad...at Heaven's gate

For I begun the bridge to thee

 

Comments2

  • malos

    Great song! Great poem!

  • Laura🌻

    Wow! An extraordinary poem, Jamminblu!
    Enchanting...to say the least!

    As in your poem...
    “...the answer has always been inside of you
    Within the light of your inner most thoughts
    Are the answers you desperately seek...”

    Sometimes we feel the hopelessness! So we need to look deeper inside of us. The answers are within us as it was astutely stated in your poem!
    I enjoyed the read and the song! Excellent!

    ~Laura~



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