Secrets - Poem by Valerie Dohren
Keep them safely, guard like gold
All those secrets ever told -
Secrets whispered long ago
Only you and I can know.
Secret loves and secret woes
Carried on the wind that blows -
Confidences to my ears
Hopes and wishes, dreams, and fears,
Stories every heart can tell
(Keep those secrets, guard them well) -
They who told them now are gone
Though their mem’ry lingers on.
Of those tales I’ll never speak
Even though my tongue is weak -
Hidden there inside my mind
No-one else shall ever find.
Each who spoke them trusted me
Not to ever set them free -
You, my conscience, silent stay
Keep those secrets every day.
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