Brandon Lucero

Freshman - 776 Points (03/22/1987 / Arizona)

Weeping - Poem by Brandon Lucero

Twice a day she called to say
she loved in such miraculous ways

Now my blood runs warm
I weathered the most violent storms

I don't direct
observations are so much clearer

I don't object
letting go is so much freer

Hearts guide our weary legs
she pleaded with God to make me stay

All her plans disappeared into the night air
I sat far away with a neutral stare

Water feels so mighty and strong
shaping the world with persistence

I came to see the water didn't fight
I came to see the path is light

Experience hardened my essence for years
drove me to endless tears

Weeping for souls that held on too long
weeping for her
I will carry on

Topic(s) of this poem: letting go

Form: Free Verse


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 3, 2015



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