Lisa Marie Mottert


Fabric of the Heart


Threads entwined to hold in place
Beautiful material of the human race
Blinders faded into the furious wind
Gone are the days of way back then.

Glistening gem of the heart
Buried in the fabric of life from the start
Glowing and growing everyday-
Garbage of prejudice, cast away.

Birth of love and unity-
Doves weave peacefully in tranquility.

Submitted: Friday, January 10, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 14, 2014
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Reflecting one evening on the turmoil in this world inspired me to write this short poem.

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