ArmourQuill Hunter

Rookie - 0 Points (1949 / Fort Smith, AR)

Tears Of Romance - Poem by ArmourQuill Hunter

Waste all your time learning
It never seems enough
Just waiting for true-loves’ romance
Such vast distractions
From reaching such a goal
Balancing life’s struggles this way
Leaving these day-dreams; oh beautifully seen
There is always some reason so vain
That you’re not good enough
And it’s hard for all that you say
Let’s make a difference this night
Oh I hear what you’re saying
Melodic words so fine
With your heart dipped in beauty
Your dreams free from fear
We are pulled from the wreckage
Of this soundless reverie
We are sheltered from man’s evil
May you find- God’s harmony

Let the rain of this moment
Just wash away the pain
To find ourselves clean at his feet
We’ll sail away; with liberty so sweet
Finding new seeds for all that we lacked
It’s now his purposes; not simply our design
It’s easier this way to believe
Despite this sweet madness; oh this marvelous sadness
That has brought us to our knees

So tired from the old life
Seems that everywhere you turn
There’re rats and thieves at our side
The whirlwind keeps spinning
Break away from the lie
Don’t try make-up for all that you lack
We can make a difference
Just one moment at a-time
Much easier to believe- in your sweet sadness
This has brought you to your knees

Through the spectrum of his rainbow
Far away from here
His rain now that’s falling, on my love that’s so dear
We’ve been shielded from the wreckage
From this soundless reverie
You are sheltered from man’s anger
May you find God’s harmony

You are sheltered from these trials
May you find- God’s presence here

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 28, 2006

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