richard botchway

Silent Witness - Poem by richard botchway

I look out there
Thinking the coast wasclear
I prowled out to do the unfair
Causing damage to my flair
Forgetting that even darkness is a witness
Yes indeed! a silent witness

You who stands in darkness at night
Why do you naked your dignity
For the pleasures of the world
Thinking you are under cover
But there is a witness
A silent witness: your conscience

Our world is envisaged to be a coin
When tossed, it may turn a side
Bitterly against you
And so in my distressed moments
Ilamented bitterly
For all was lost and gone
But i remembered there is a witness
That silent witness; God

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 5, 2005

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