Daniel Richards

Rookie (09-11-1982 / London, England)

I Have Seen The Rain And Felt The Pain - Poem by Daniel Richards

I have seen the sky look plain,
And I have felt the pain
I don’t know how I’ll be tomorrow
But I know I want to see the sun again
I have seen the sky as a blanket of black
And I have been drenched in moonlight rain
I've felt the hand of fear and panic attack
I've spent to long just searching
And too much time in dreams
No more do I look over my shoulder
As I have stopped wondering what it means,

I have been a dropp out
I have been burn out and a social sore
Oh how they say I should have been more
And I’m sure I could
If I hadn’t been in that gad damn internal war
I was broken and split, divided by pain
But I hope to step out from under the rain
And see that sun shine once again

Twilight caught my one night
And in came my savior who sang
A loving hymn with healing might
She opened my eyes, an angel, showed me where id been,
Set me on the path to rebuild and start again
Sewed my heart back together with yarn made entirely
Of me, my love and my pain,
With the explanation, to be whole again you must accept
The challenging change

I spent my time in healing
With an angel fixing the torn tapestry of my life
I have a growing feeling I never thought I’d feel again
I’m surviving the pain the rain and strife
They said I wasted my time in dreams
So I've stopped wondering what they mean
As I have found an angel one of my dreams
She is here besides me helping me be me again

I have seen the sky blue and bright again
My darling angel standing by me
I feel no longer the pain,
And oh it’s good to be home again
when I find my times are troubled
She’s here to hold my hand and
Be my angel all over again
And it’s thanks to her devotion
I can walk out from under the rain


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 4, 2010



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