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.
Looking towards the light
Your darkness cringes in fear
You are twisted between the two.
Afraid of their awesome power and might.
You are almost torn to pieces.
As you look back unto your past.
The guilt will crush you.
And your pain increases.
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.
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.
Hope reenacted, a new light pours in.
Darkness fades away.
And you have forgotten all of your sins.
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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