Helen Warren

Rookie (22 july / canberra)

Jim's Song - Poem by Helen Warren



Your body rests in a grave
In the soil you knew when you were young
But I know your home is where ever
You spend your time now your soul flys free

Right beside mischeif, that you never had time for
Too busy working putting food on the table
If somethings moving up there- your bet will be down
And you weren’t a hero but you where special

Walking simple steps with your head up high
Saying anyone can shine If they try
There’s always a place to be guided
All you do is act and believe

Is wanting your release a sin?
I wish you could have gone peacfully
Hope now you sail the breeze
To rest in a place you know
Too walk free from pain and disease
In a place you’ve always beleived

And with the dawning of the morning sun
I’m numb and searching for meaning
Coz now that your so far away
There’s no guidance for my spirit
Something about the way
This place looks that makes me stay
But it’s a huge part of it all

Walking simple steps with your head up high
Saying anyone can shine if they try
There’s always a place to be guided
Just have to act and believe

Is wanting relise a sin?
I just know you could have gone peacfully
Hope now you sail the breeze
In a place free from disease


Dedicated: James Clifford (Jim)

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 27, 2009



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