The Calm That Won'T Offend - Poem by Christopher Pina
Serene and calm moments
placed on an alter pleased
at how I can feel rays as it touches my skin face,
the touch of beauty pours within
then gale force winds speaks
and damages my serene.
No more gleam until the listening of calm ways.
Seeking a new blueprint for the alter so wind can breath with ease with the alter and be serene and pleased.
No more anger from force wind,
the alter breathes a fire and both walk serene. Love from within.
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