Plague Rose

For The Love Of Life - Poem by Plague Rose

I wonder ever
A whisper at a time
For to see life as real
Would be a sight
Filled with zeal
And to see the world as mine
But up goes the smoke
And down go the ashes
As the screams of reality call
And to see through glass cages
Is a sight for the ages
As we break them down
And escape these walls
And as we fly
I strike the matches
Ever-bright ever-burning
The dark is now light
And my soul is yearning
As my spirit imprisoned
Finally breaks free
And the beggar woman
Who lives only to beg
Shall be first forgiven
And sent to heaven
Her life on earth is dead
So yes
I wonder
Forever and ever
What would be
My very last number
And what will I find
And what will I see
Will my fallen friends
Come back to me?
They will return
And teach me the greatest
Lesson I ever learned
Keep your head high
And be ever-hopeful
Wonder about everything
And yet stay close
To your own morals
They will come back
And you will not fall
I didn't
So I can assure you
Life isn't meaningless at all

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 25, 2013

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