Eric Schojan

(04/18/1991 / Durango, Colorado)

Nature


Take me in and hold me with your gentle affection
You reset me and assist me with my mental connection

The green eyed lady with a mind controlling lure
I seek you out anytime I have an ailment to cure

The only woman in my life that will never fade away
A safe haven in this life allowing me to wake the day

Everything I do you forgive without question
You're my place to release my inner oppression

You're beauty you hold with grace and with pride
Life brought to earth from life that has died

A full circle of beauty of life and creation
From this world of concrete you create separation

You help me clear this dusty slate I refer to as my mind
You save me from this monotony of my day-to-day grind

When your feathers change florescent and your beauty slowly fades
your arms will soon be packed with crystals from wintry brigades

Submitted: Thursday, May 01, 2014

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Appreciate the loving embrace of nature from time to time.

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