No Answers - Poem by Robert Siney
When a thought becomes a fact,
Will my world still be in tact?
When the sun has made its mark,
Can I rejoice now in this dark?
When a mountain falls apart,
Should one sacrifice their heart?
When a sound cannot be heard,
Will I take comfort in your word?
When the seas have left their shores,
Will I see those dreams of yours?
When the day replaces night,
Will you hold me in the moonlight?
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