Lillian Jamison

Rookie (February 31,1940 / Los Angeles)

Shelter From Lifes Storms - Poem by Lillian Jamison

In the night of silent echoes,

I call to you

Through the mornings blinding light

I seek you out

In the chaos of the day

I wish to run to you

In all of hearts desires

I long for you

Head upon the pillow

I dream of you

.......And then I awaken

Soft tears escape

I need your embrace

Life beats me up

You are my shelter


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  • Frank James Ryan Jr...fjr (2/8/2010 12:46:00 AM)


    When least you believe...shelter from a raging storm is like a mirage on a mid-eastern desert..Yet, when Faith is strong, and you embrace it...ther ' be no need for shelter...as storms pass on there own, in time, and with repairable damage... then gives way to the gold warmth of a brand new day....Great Penning, Missy!

    FjR
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, February 7, 2010



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