madeline morris

Some Things Others Don'T Know - Poem by madeline morris

You can see past the wall,
Climb over it all,
Go further, see mored
I have opened the door,
We are packing, we're leaving,
The others are seething,
Go furthur, run faster,
Get what others are after,
There are some things that others don't know.
The bad clouds have lifted,
The gears have been shifted,
You are no longer chained,
To he who had reigned,
You are breaking free,
And you are coming with me.
The roads are all clear,
And safety is near,
It's on the tip of my tongue,
I know i'm not wrong,
There are some things others don't know.

To Jayne

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 15, 2004

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