Tim Pearson

(Denver, Colorado)

Dilemma - Poem by Tim Pearson

Knights in armors where
Chivalry is dead
Macho men who hide
in their head
And if good deeds
Cause karma
You must be in bliss
Angels who seem to
Appear in the mist

People perpetually
Searching for Gold
In a world full of despair,
Lonely and cold
Someone calls you to
The Big Dance
In a land that is rich
With Circumstance

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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