Boldness Of Life - Poem by Cecelia Weir
My soul cried out last night
Yet without a tear.
I had this gut wrenching feeling.
I felt the pains of fear.
I never felt so destitute
I never felt such leer.
I wanted it all to go away.
I wanted it to disappear.
I cried out unto my Father
I cried from within my soul.
But not one thing changed for life
My grip I didn't think I could hold.
I wrestled within my mind.
I wrestled within my soul.
I cried then real tears
Then suddenly I felt bold.
Bold enough to conquer
Anything I felt I could defeat.
Then I cried at how stupid I was
I hadn't moved out of my seat.
The voice spoke within my heart
And then I cried some more.
I realized my destinies problems
I failed to open oppotunities doors.
Open, open your doors
And never cry again.
For lifes boldness can carry you
Or make you cry again.
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