Maurice Rowlands


What's Hidden Within


Lift up your head
Go on
It’s really not that far
Lift up your face and feel the rain on your skin
It will wash away the tears
And reveal the beauty that’s hidden within

Lift up your body
Go on
It’s really how you were meant to be
Lift yourself up from the damp earth
It will remove all the hardship
And reveal the strength that’s hidden within

Lift up your mind
Go on
And place it where it really should be
Lift up your spirit and let the sun show its warmth
It will burn away the negativity
And reveal the light that’s hidden within

Lift up your soul
Go on
It’s easier than you think
It will remove all the darkness that’s hidden within
Take a breath
Go on
It will reveal
Just where you should be

Where you should have been

Where you need to go

And what’s hidden within

Submitted: Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Topic(s): life


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