Who Guides Me? - Poem by Phil Soar
Who guides me when I'm lost and all alone?
Who helps me through when I can't sleep at home?
How can I be at peace and not be calm?
I'm lost and no-one else can see the harm
The many troubles hidden from your view
Are multiplied when I can't see them through
And yet I cannot share this hurt with you
I'm lost, alone, and don't know what to do
Adrift on seas of melancholy grief
A smile would be a sign of some relief
And yet a sigh is all that I can shed
Whilst all this nonsense swirls around my head
I guess I have to cope with who I am
Mystified by things that are not planned
And try to contemplate a change of style
Maybe I should walk a placid mile?
Who guides me through these patches of remorse?
The only help I have, is me, of course.
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