Jara Son of Ahaz

Closure And Consequence - Poem by Jara Son of Ahaz

I dreamed one day that I awoke and all that I saw was upside down.
The trees reached towards me,
the lake shimmered above me while raindrops flew by my face,
as if I stood in the midst of a fountain.

Looking down, ambling across fields of clouds
Air softly blowing on my face, then still
Light arcing between my feet
Then nothing.

Looking up in fear yet down, I see
A play before that is, was my life
Birth, play, pain, love, loss.....pain

Then as if speeding I see
Kids in loss, Parents weeping
Lost chances

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 4, 2011

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