Jennie Renee Sparrow

Gold Star - 5,736 Points (November 8th / Tahlequah, Oklahoma)

Forgiven - Poem by Jennie Renee Sparrow

Don't forget to wake me up when you begin to remember it all
The story has stolen all that I am every time that I rise and fall

Masters of my keeper witness as the world cries out for me to save them
Listen as they reach out and call for me the same world that wasted me away then

But now the tales have turned and the legends have already began to change
Fading as they are rejected by the curses that once claimed not to know my name

I hold their hands and whisper thoughts that no one has ever heard
All heads bow in silence with tears down their faces eyes closed listening to my every word

Look at me I say now do you choose to know me by the soul I once was
Why did you refuse me at such a young helpless age now its my heart you want to touch

I carefully observe these souls that left me cold and lonely during the darkest of my days
What if I told that how you've discarded me within the past is how you will be known by me today

What would you say and how would you feel, I wonder if your soul knows everything that I once been through
If you were me now and you were in this present time, what do you think you would do

I have known the answers to my own questions for so long upon the future of where I'm meant to be
I just wanted to hear the words come from your very own mouths, but lucky for you, I am not like any one of you and none of you are obviously not me

Topic(s) of this poem: forgiveness


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 18, 2015



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