Dayna Mortimore


Sweet Child - Poem by Dayna Mortimore

Beauty of a dove,
Integrity of owl,
Courage of the mouse,
The silence in a growl.

Sweet innocence,
And darling mind,
I stare in to these bambi eyes,
Of what may come is that of the past,
I beg of you, spare me to last.

Sweet child,
Whisper to me your secrets,
Love me darlin divine,
Sweet Child,
Bless me with innocence,
Tell me no such lies.

Whisper to me sweet lullaby,
And bless me, harmony,
Forget the past, become anew,
Take me, let me see.

Shed last tear,
Bring me down to knee,
Express thyself,
In front of me.

Let veil be lifted,
And knowledge be known,
Let last hope be lifted,
And torn garmet sewn.

Sweet child,
Embrace me with calm,
Tell me all will be right,

Sweet child,
Please, take my arm,
Lead me t'ward the light.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 5, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, May 5, 2011


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