The White Light Poem by alex sarich

The White Light

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I walked into a dark corridor
of an ageing time past
faded when I greeted slumber.
A nightmare scorned
for a greater moment
I felt a tender echo
of your voice, not far away.
In the chambers of my heart
a message sent from an angel
dreaming, laying somatic
calm within, a resurrection took place.
No longer did I have to wait
for a 'White Light' to appear.
I held you Son
in my arms so tightly
your flesh burning against mine.
A smile radiant in
photographic memories
stir my awaking eyes, blurred
from a numinous slumber.
Your light will shine forever,
a sign I will cherish in lamentation.

AM Sarich Nov 2011

Sunday, November 27, 2011
Topic(s) of this poem: grief
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Dr Antony Theodore 31 August 2019

In the chambers of my heart a message sent from an angel dreaming, laying somatic calm within, a resurrection took place. Very fine thoughts and lovely expressions my dear poet. tony

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Alex Sarich 02 September 2019

thank you for your thoughtful comments.

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