Elizabeth Williams

(Las Vegas, Nevada)

Touch A Reason - Poem by Elizabeth Williams

Try to touch a reason
Forgetting washed away
Then what was is nowhere
Making up the day
Light shines on the water
Breezes gently sway
Eyes that see it happen
Long to touch the way
Holding on to destined change
Here for reasons known
Even though it rearranges
Waiting to be shown
One day you went that way
You even took a stand,
Tomorrow showed it's colors
You played without a band
Luring smiles of promise
Judging by the face
Secrets kept by only you
Watch for an embrace.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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