sadick tonde


Beneath Shadowed Shades - Poem by sadick tonde

I turn again to find a gaze
Deepened dark fused like maze
So call the rain to find my way
If hark herald the heavens say

Then give my life a simple day
And my soul a song to play
For in the strife I merely face
I'll roll along some path to grace

So raise the heavens and shout my name
Should I miss my call to fame
Lest the praise I seek to find
Leaves a kiss to melt my mind

For I have grown wild a child
Though sheperds did raise me mild
Yet have sown the seeds of heat
To blossom as feathers to fan my beat

Should I call failure then my foe
As arch-enemies tipped toe to toe?
Hoping as when I make my mark
With certainties to light the dark?

Come then I beckon to myself another tommorrow
..Shaking the trees of divinity bare of its sorrow
Cry no more then my heart if you can, for you have suffered
Suffered unfree of life's promises plundered

..and of dreams held captive to ransom

For in the unchanging that marks my everyday
I'd rather have me shift from grass to grace


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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 28, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, January 28, 2013


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