Blake Val Noir

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A War I Cannot Win - Poem by Blake Val Noir

A war I cannot win,
should I compete or just give in?

a good day; he replies 'is it? '
a competition out of dust,
a goodbye; he replies 'lets sit'
a battle wind begins to gust,

A war I cannot win,
should I compete or just give in?

pass lullabies its time to fight,
a war is brewing do not deny,
help me in my usless plight,
watch me sit, shiver, lie and cry,

A war I cannot win,
should I compete or just give in?

does fortune favours the great?
or does a fool have the last say?
his heart's love appears as hate,
maybe it will turn back some day,

A war I cannot win,
should I compete or just give in?

aside from his earthshattering will,
a hidden gem that cowers in a shell,
his soul, his life, his love does spill,
send, assist and banish his hell,

A war I cannot win,
should I compete or just give in?

as the elder and observer,
I have seen and heard lots and lost,
as the protector and the preserver,
a duty, a code, a bind, what cost?

A war I cannot win,
should I compete or just give in?

just give in; but is that a sin?

A war I cannot win,
should I compete or just give in?

Topic(s) of this poem: friendship


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Poem Edited: Saturday, October 11, 2014


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