Darryl (Daristotle) McMillan

Rookie (11/01/1984 / Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Canada)

Spirits Walk With Me - Poem by Darryl (Daristotle) McMillan

Do I find these spirits in mutany
or shall I say for myself to free
can the costs of the day trouble many
For freedom we are charged a fee

These spirits walk with me in each pondered step
They accompany me along this unique and profound journey
To ask of thier closed eyes what emotions are kept
Is the answer they are ever so willing to tell me

For this journey I take be it the same as they
And for freedom we all trot along
The sun shines bright upon our souls today
And whistling still are to we fill the words of our surrowed song

The grass that we pass be it covered in brass
For meaning of it comes within
And the day we say shall be here to stay
As we leave our shimperings to our kin

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, July 30, 2006

Poem Edited: Thursday, August 19, 2010

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