Perilous Flight - Poem by sharon kubeck
How will I save myself from this perilous flight?
To direct away the darkness turn it into light!
With all detours and obstacles along the way,
What will be the ultimate price that I pay?
As I feel the vines of doom strangling me,
How can I keep from drowning and set myself free?
While I slowly dig myself out of the hole,
I pray to God for to keep my soul!
As I unweave the patterns of destruction of the night,
I will set a new path, new beginning with a brilliant light!
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