Mike Kosman

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Man In White - Poem by Mike Kosman

I was trapped within forgotten halls of time
Found anciet pain and fear against my mind
When I thought I couldn't take much more
Suddenly I saw an open door

I entered and beheld a man in white
With volumes of the truth close at his right
He said I've led your blind eyes here that you might see
Here in this chamber of reality

As the beauty of the rainbow follows rain
You've been made to feel the hurt of fear and pain
But to often you create a private hell
These feelings are to learn on not to dwell

And as he spoke I felt I understood
The feeling from this man in white was good
And when I thought I'd dare to ask him more
He slowly smiled and gestured toward the door

Go now but recall the words I say
You'll be given help along your way
You've been given cause for feelings that have been
I'll say no more or you'll go blind again

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, January 24, 2011

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