Morgan A. Stephen

Beware Of The Danger - Poem by Morgan A. Stephen

Moments entangled to each other
I glimpse at the past with laughter
It all seems a pleasant wonder
But soon there will set assail thunder
Beware of the dander

Life pours down its bliss
But I all I hear is this hiss
Be watchful of the signs
Don't be drown by the heats
Beware of the danger

Listen to the voices
Signs as the cloud cast a spew
The sun seems to be drowning
Where is the beauty?
Where is the strength of the mighty?
Beware of the dander

Time travels on heel
Dragging my climb uphill
Am living yesterday's future
But am trapped at the same tale
I fear this climb but am terrified Of the fall
Maybe the air would protect me
Am aware of the danger

I watch for the signs
Its seems so close
Am at the edge, I feel it
Just time a little more time
Call it a nick but its here with us
Beware of the danger

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 9, 2012

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