Dan Little


A Just Cause - Poem by Dan Little

deep brown stained eyes
windows through which i see
recording a world passing by
a world that sets me free

from restraints of inner thought
and thoughts of inner restraint
perception deters the escape
those emotions now left faint

my toes have left the ground
and palms have opened wide
my face looks toward the clouds
and i begin to glide

the air kisses my face
as my eyes begin to close
i slowly drift away
my sunlit skin now glows

the kind nature of people
does not come out every day
but because of this kind nature
my breath is pulled away

a balance is revealed
which one cannot describe
a simple yet complexed feeling
buried deep inside

forever will i seek
the balance i desire
never will i quit
never will i tire

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 15, 2009



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