Nikolai Curtis

Lawda-Mod Erie - Poem by Nikolai Curtis

I remember meeting your face
Looking into your glorious eyes
Your heart resembled a solid gold case
In it was full of truth and no lies

We became friends and set sail north
To the land of promise, full of wonder
In the beginning, joy was set forth
Love was in the air, it kept us under

Every place we traveled was dark
But our light always shined very bright
We pressed toward the mark
Maintaining Assurnce with much light

Along the way our light diminished
Darkness confused my mind
I thought we were finished
I felt you were nowhere to find

For days I was lost in sorrow
I felt abandoned, lost at sea
Depression sunk my ship tomorrow
Today, the weight burdens me

Our light slowly came on
Questions came flying, Confusion still remained
We fought day and night in the octagon
Searching for answers in a truth that was slained

Reality finally set in big
As we reached our promise land
My heart was too big
Your heart was less grand

I let go and let God
Letting us run our course
Who knows what will happen in the pod
We could be in the land of horse

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 19, 2012

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