Relieved - Poem by Logan Rheinst
Deep in the dark of dawn I lay.
Waiting for someone to take me away.
I think I see someone drawing near,
but my vision is blurred and their outline is smeared.
The stale morning air, shifts and I see.
The face of the one, who has come to save me.
A beauty untouched, by the poisons of time,
and the makings of something, completely divine.
My heart starts to beat, and my eyes start to bleed.
Tears of relief, that she’s given to me.
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