Randi Bard

Rookie (03-18-1977 / Mt. Vernon, TX)

Reborn - Poem by Randi Bard

Brought back to life, resuscitated with a long awaited breath of air,
A jump start to my stopped heart, which could no longer share,
Feeling the hot burst of blood rush through my chilled veins once more,
A soul, cold and weary, shouting out an explosive roar,
That door now swinging open, I thought was closed all this time,
I joyously leap through it, while I sing rejoicing rhyme,
Smelling the sweet honeysuckle in the warm damp air,
I lift my arms like I'm flying, as the breeze blows through my golden hair,
Closing my eyes, savoring, taking all this blissful beauty inside,
Throwing caution to the wind, taking risk, so I can embark on this ride,
Emotions all rushing, from a rarely given prize,
Excited, sometimes scared, still never shutting my eyes,
Second chances in this lifetime are seldom ever dealt,
I cherish and hold mine close, for the other side I've felt.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 13, 2010



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