Y.. A Deep Valley - Poem by Aufie Zophy
A valley, unfathomably deep
It's dark, it's cold; bitter tears I weep
Is there a way up, is there a way out?
Should I be quiet or just start to shout?
I'm lost in the labyrinth of being worried
Engulfed in self pity I am almost buried
Monstrous dinosaurs of hatred surround me
My ego's nasty revenge has not yet found thee
I want to get out at any cost
The more I fume, the more I am lost
A hopeless jungle of feeling bad
The situation just drives me mad
I come across the path of love
Leading to somewhere high above
A path created by wisdom of Saints
It seems to be free of all restraints
I start to follow this path of unconditional love,
Away from this valley, I want so much to get out of
Worry and hatred are left behind
Bye, deep valley, I have freed my mind
This poem is about one hour or so I spent in nature in solitude
soon after a very disheartening verbal encounter
with one of my teenage sons whom I love soooo much.
Really, love is our God's way......
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