Peter S. Quinn


Though Sorrow My Thoughts Are Now - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

Though sorrow my thoughts are now
All things will turn to be bright,
For I'll climb the mountain somehow
To reach and touch the light.

My heart is in pain and no ease
I long for a day of tomorrow,
Be with all the world in a peace
And break away from my sorrow.

Gladness is a gift of the fortune
Making all clear that was dark,
And letting us swift and abandon
Anything but what will spark.

Though sorrow my thoughts may grow
For there is no ease in pain,
Soon swift winds may again blow
Make sunshine instead of rain.

My heart is with stairways to hope
Reaching there for every wish,
I manage with desperate to cope
For life is then just what it is.


Comments about Though Sorrow My Thoughts Are Now by Peter S. Quinn

  • (7/20/2006 5:56:00 PM)


    This is a great message of hope. Very well written (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 19, 2003



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