Richard Kent

Blinded - Poem by Richard Kent

In these tangeled webs of human error,
Souls lost, and confused; blinded by the darkness,
blind in the dark.
The hands of fallen angels decieve the minds of our children.
Where hides the love we all search for?
If one could only understand, that which we all search
for; lies right before us.
Be true to the heart, follow the good, and look for the good
in others.
Know that the dark paths will draw you.
Understand, one must see with more than just the eyes.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 2, 2003

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