John DeMello

Rookie (07/04/1979)

Take it in her Hand Poem by John DeMello


who are the minds of the eyes watching views

steppen gonna lead the ladder

to the sky's fallen blue

take it in her hand

from the trails of the day

she'se gonna give it up

gonna live and let it lay

shaddow of the mind knowen message as it speaks

keeper of the fire stoken steppen to the beat

strum across the land taken whats givens do

for the love of liven liven loven you

fire in her eyes at seconds glane glare

she wanted it all so she took what was there

keeper of the stoke sparken left of the flame

she had to have it all till it left her of her day

fire in her eyes we wathed it dance as she playes

keeper of the fire stoken danceing end of days

the fiddle of the strum liven watchen as it lays

till the death of dien ending of her ways

BY JOHN DEMELLO

4/24/13

Submitted: Friday, April 26, 2013
Edited: Friday, April 26, 2013
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