Darryn John Murphy

Rookie (23 November 1970 / Auckland New Zealand)

Will We Ever - Poem by Darryn John Murphy

If we strip away the layers of illusion
What is left behind?
The sandy shores, the wooden floors
A pocket watch found waiting on a dime

Will we ever find the way
Living life every day
Listening to the faded calls
Will the towers fall
If we turn and walk away

For the fireflies shall glisten
Beneath the stars tonight
As I walk along beside the evening tide
Will the essence of my heart
Be the guiding light that shines

Take the time to live for the moment
Not just day to day
For the light of the day will always fade
As the sun slowly sinks away

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 3, 2008

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