Jan Hauck

Rookie (June 1,1978)

Hope, Faith and Future


Never had it before but what do I have now?
Solid water running through my fingers,
And a faceless mortician examines my death,
While there is still a breath and a spark in me,
Behind the dark in me, but I see that it lingers.

O trust me, I want to - or dare I still?
My heart full of love but my head whispers doubt,
I fight and believe, have faith and believe,
Much less to reprieve, just hold on and move on,
Forward, can this be, in silence I shout.

But promise, I dive, take it head on, headlong
Into the truth, a leap I can do - with you to be
One forever, ever after and never we will
Let the dark tear us apart, fight for our life,
That doubt is dispelled, spelled 'you and me'.

Submitted: Thursday, July 04, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 04, 2013
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