Katy Lue

Free Will For All

Deep in the night,
deep in the dark,
deep in the quiet that shadows the heart,
free to live and free to die,
free will for all
and all will survive,
infants sheltered with their mother's soft body,
childeren sheltered with their innocent faces,
teenagers sheltered with their naive ways,
adults shelterd with opinions that wiegh,
elders sheltered with their long worthy past,
death sheltered because nothing will last,
the sky sheltered with the stars that shine,
hearts sheltered with love so divine,
people sheltered with all that remains,
thoughts sheltered by are mouths that don't say,
Deep in the day,
deep in the light,
deep in the noise that helps with our fight,
free to live,
free to die,
free will for all
and all will survive

Submitted: Sunday, April 29, 2012
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