wild fire

Goodbye - Poem by wild fire

In the morning sunlight
I squint my eyes
and wonder about this new day
Suddenly it seems
that life is screaming
my name

The sun warms my skin
as I jump in
to go on this wild ride
Who knows what I'll find
When I unwind
and lessen my stride

There is no haste
just time to waste
there's just me
There is no one
only warm sun
as far as I can see

In the evening
I'm leaving
and I will be gone
Dont be upset
I'll just bet
I'll live on

If tomorrow I dont seem
like I am the me
I am now
Remember this day
and the way
you kissed my brow

Remember the sun
life's begun
and now I leave you behind
I've had my go
and soon you'll know
there is no good, in the word

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 1, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 26, 2011

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