Nightshade Starlight


Peace - Poem by Nightshade Starlight

Past the sorrows in the room,
Past the tears that fall.
Even past the music playing above,
Is something that makes me smile.
The flowers surrounding the picture
Of the smiling face looking out.
Don't cry for there is something.
Something that takes the pain away.
Something that nothing negative
Can even dare touch.
Its like a meadow after the storm.
The flowers are blooming.
The sweet air rising in the mix.
Calming after the rain, thrashes
And turns the world in rage.
Not even that can last.
For after the storm,
Is something unbreakable.
That everyone can know,
If they look close enough.
so look past the tears,
Look past this horrid pain,
Look past everything.
And just look at the smiling picture.
See the face smiling back,
See the flowers surrounding.
And smile at the untouchable,
Something that spreads warmly.
Don't look away.
Just look past it all.
And sense the peace eminating
Around the room warmly,
Trying to touch everyone.
But they have to look close enough.
Don't cry
When you can see God's love
When you know the smiling face
Is in God's embrace
And finally at peace.
All you can do is smile
And let just a few tears fall.
For its all over now.
so just feel the smiling face
Finally at peace in God's embrace.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 6, 2010



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