I Will. - Poem by Craig Stewart
Connection, a fusion of will,
Symbiotic, pure, still...
Doubt, a gnawing troll,
Bones are free when your gone.
Minds, that once were one,
Now are split, crushed, cracked, done.
But not for will, will for will's sake makes time,
Forever and over again,
I wait... for you.
Time ticks, time tocks,
And bones turn into dust but...
My will, I will,
Be with you,
Until the last hourglass crumbles,
Into dry forgotten sands.
Today my will is tested,
Tho nightingale's sing a sonnet for me,
Will is everlasting,
Shining Red and Bright,
Piercing cloud and night,
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