Papillion Hejduk Poems
|4.||The Unforgiven 2||12/7/2007|
|14.||Who Would Teach Us?||1/9/2008|
|15.||Passing Through Lessening||1/24/2008|
|16.||She Is Bones||10/11/2007|
|17.||What You Win||8/6/2008|
|18.||We Are Winning||8/6/2008|
|20.||Sell Your Soul||8/19/2008|
|23.||Pain And Lies||9/19/2007|
|25.||Who Will Cry||12/19/2007|
|26.||The Weight Of The World||2/14/2008|
|27.||Dancing With The Devil||11/14/2007|
|29.||Let Me Introduce Myself||2/7/2008|
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Let Me Introduce Myself
I am a stranger, un-welcomed by many, but know by all
I’m not short in stature; some might even call me tall
Some never know I’m there, until my fragrance catch’s their attention
Most would never even tell a soul, I’m never to be mentioned
My long black cape, hangs from my feet to my head
Along with Its satin interior, hand sewn, in shades of blood red
My shoes they are made from the finest of leather,
Colored from the wings, of the ravens feather
My cane too many, may appear a bit like a crutch,
I simply think it adds, a classical touch
With its silver ...
hope is the rack whice i hang my dreams upon.
carefully placing one article of my future on hope.
hope is the box which i place my thoughts in gingerly folding my aspirations into trying.
hope is the shelf whice i sit my fears on cautiously tucking them away from striving.
hope is the rack which i hang my success on proudly displaying all i have accomplished with the help of HOPE