Allison Fox

Caution - Poem by Allison Fox

my poems aren't remarkable
they lack meter and rhyme
but for all that they lack
they suit me just fine

well its true that i like you
much more than i should
and there is more i can say
than this poem ever could

its playful and light
about people and life
some come in and out
bringing nothing but strife

others bang through the door
shouting orders and advice
leaving wounds wide open
in this story of life

others sail through the door on the quietest wind
bringing whispers of calm to the chaos within
i am touched by many, a bitter heart never to be
with a child-like curiosity of who you may be

stay calm, take it easy
my mantra to the powers that be
no one more curious about you than me
none brought a desire to know god as strongly as thee

maybe it's an image i've made in my mind
a similarity of thinking about the divine
i will remain cautious, i know where you stand
my heart now wide open for the path i choose to stand

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Poem Edited: Wednesday, October 20, 2010

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