Carissa Thiessen

Rookie (January 26,1984 / Calgary, Ab)

Tonight Is The Night - Poem by Carissa Thiessen

Tonight is the night
I tell myself
Tonight is the night
I will break free

Free from a life of sin
A life not worthy of your love

Tonight is the night
I tell myself
Tonight is the night
all will be made right

Right with myself
and right with you

Tonight is the night
I tell myself
Tonight is the night
I tell you I love you

I love you with all of my heart
all of my soul and all of my mind

Tonight is the night
I tell myself
Tonight is the night
When I must say Goodbye

Goodbye to a chance with you
A chance that I blew

Tonight is the night
I tell myself
Tonight is the night
I die


Comments about Tonight Is The Night by Carissa Thiessen

  • (7/14/2008 8:33:00 AM)


    This poem was very heart moving I'm completely speechless! (Report) Reply

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  • (12/23/2007 10:46:00 PM)


    Tonight has no choice.
    Just movements of the hart.
    It happens before and after you knows.
    With wet eyes and a sour hart.
    Stings of hiding lust come out at night,
    And in the day, with a clear brain, , , , , ,
    Reason.
    Will you look behind the closed blink, ?
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  • (3/28/2007 1:42:00 AM)


    'Tonight is the night I die' - shocking! ! ! So it's the second last poem, and I'm hooked! !

    Very powerful poem!

    'In the same way, count yourselves dead to sin but alive to God in Christ Jesus'
    Romans 6: 11 (one of my favorite verses)
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  • (3/1/2007 11:16:00 PM)


    This is a very interesting write on many levels of the conscience, well done.. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, January 24, 2011


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