Peter S. Quinn

A Road To Many Ways - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

What feelings you have inside
You must let reach to the outside
Fly - fly away never hide
Give some love on your sky ride
Rain comes - wind blows
Feelings melt into the snow
Flowers fall seeds come
Yesterdays, tomorrow's bloom

I wish my heart could go on
Dry the tears that sadness has won
Play with your lonesome heart
Give it wings make it start
Reach high from your down low
Give a touch in the morning glow
Will there ever be someone listening
What your inside might bring

Try on - never for a moment leave
Flow away this painful greave
Earth is a garden and wildness
Bouquet assorted blooms fresh
Just give everything you must
To bring this feelings into a trust
Never give up your love and grace
Our life is a road to many ways

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, February 7, 2011

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