Jamyson Hoelscher

Heart's Divide

Reaching to pull it into your heart.
Pushing it away from your soul.
Acceptance and defiance.
Are both becoming a lost art.
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Looking towards the light
Your darkness cringes in fear
You are twisted between the two.
Afraid of their awesome power and might.
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You are almost torn to pieces.
As you look back unto your past.
The guilt will crush you.
And your pain increases.
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Your memories walk in to taunt you.
Not to help but release more sins.
The light disappears from your world.
And the darkness becomes accrued.
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Your outlook on the world changes as much
as winter turns to spring.
And wall of opression surrounds you
But melts away from a single touch.
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Hope reenacted, a new light pours in.
Darkness fades away.
And you have forgotten all of your sins.
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You accept your wrongdoings
And defy remaining fears.
Your world again own peace.
Your heart keeps on growing.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 31, 2010
Poem Edited: Tuesday, February 2, 2010

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  • Sam Tayeh (1/31/2010 3:44:00 PM)

    amazing, truely amazing. It's amazing :)

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