Twilight Of Dawn
I should have then,
shattered the world before me!
Disrespectful and disdainful,
But I longed on,
Waited for a longer verse of time,
and held onto,
What was dear!
Perhaps I nudged,
The wrong side of life,
with my remarks,
on it's ability to provide.
Or, I might have
taken up a just fight
siding with my conscience
Unburdening my heart, making it light.
from among the dark clouds,
The radiant sun appeared.
All egos seemed to melt in it's glow.
I was uplifted,
of my ignorance of the battle,
Whilst life, in it's true essence
continued to flow.
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