katheleen summerson


See You In The Light - Poem by katheleen summerson

Fifteen days another moon, it will be soon
Until then I shall wait, for your presence to bloom
Would you decide or just deny, make up your mind
The darkness unwinds your blue eyes
In the cold night, the wind gently sighs

How can you see so far beneath the world?
Because I only see you in the darkness of the morning
Because I only see you in the depths of the sun
I only see you in the light

Searching for you far away, away from me, my soul astray
You’re a hundred steps close but really so far
Picture of death, painting of hours
Forbidden rose and fruits of hearts

How can you see so far beneath the world?
Because I only see you in the darkness of the morning
Because I only see you in the depths of the sun
I only see you in the light

Few steps close, still so far out
Life of meaningless wandering
Days of lost pondering
Release me and let me catch a glimpse
For I believe that you’re there and here

How can you see so far beneath the world?
Because I only see you in the darkness of the morning
Because I only see you in the depths of the sun
I only see you in the light

I only see you in the light
You are there in the light
I am going to find you in the light
Because I see you in the light

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 3, 2009



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