William King Jr.
William King Jr. Poems
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Night life slowly fades into the dawn
And the man in the west moon now sleeps
Dreams soon set themselves aside
And the reality of the day sets in
Solidarity of the night begins to disappear
Comfort levels begin to drop
Hope soon begins to fail
As the dew rests; an angel's tear
Light penetrates the virgin sky
Opening to it the face of earth
Scarred by man and her own wrath
Soon she is ready for rebirth
Stormy seas begin to calm
Waves no longer a threat
Luna loosens her mighty grip
To keep the seas at rest
No more do the winds ...
You bleed pain like a hemophiliac with a slit wrist.
I try to add loving pressure but you resist.
You bleed on everyone around you forcing onto them your pain.
You don't care who you bleed around.
You have no shame.
People try to patch you up but you insist on bleeding.
Not know that compassion is what your really needing.
Your pain flows like a river; ever flowing.
Your self pity builds up a dam without you even knowing.