Light Finds A Way - Poem by Della Perry
What fears reside in darkness?
Shady chasms of phobias
Where air dissipates, hearts thump
Bottomless, depths of despair
Echo calls, no-one there
She can only imitate your fears,
The terrified cries.
Blackness shrouds the eyes,
Ugly shadows tease, loiter, faceless shapes
Monsters of minds and dreams.
Bravery absconds, nerves reach the brink of madness
At these despairing times
Sweeping fog envelopes, tightening, suffocating,
Wait, breathe, pray
For the mist will evaporate,
Light, impassioned goodness
Will inseminate the blackness
As it has eternally
For as long as Gaia spins
Thrusting the shadows into illumination
Establishing the radiance
That saves you from the darkest fears
The light will always find a way.
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