Kevin Jon Ciano

A Mirror's Soul - Poem by Kevin Jon Ciano

When darkness calls for aging sight,
As though a foe undressed this mystery
Lift your soul and leave so free,
But haunt not, far from this feeble night
For your soul, is of your sole passage,
Gone to the wind, life in fields you discern
As it veer no less, no more in pain,
And bequeats courage, and lose your rage

Unveil your passion, as rueful in your will,
Seek through it, for you're past there
Where sailed wishes come ashore,
There lies the marvel for your soul.

Topic(s) of this poem: faith, pain, sadness

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 18, 2018

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