Nancy Brinkley

(Hampton, Virginia, USA)

Your Inner Glow - Poem by Nancy Brinkley

You are not here and things look gray.
It looks like it may rain.
But it always does this time of year. But as I listen I can hear your voice so clear. As I look in the mirror I can see stars in my eyes. And to me the skies are so blue.
With lots of white clouds.
The waters sparkle with a new shine. As you come toward me I can see a glow surround you.
As you hold me I can feel and see it surround us both. As now we are one, our joy and happiness flows to others.
And this is how it should always be.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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