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As I sit and ponder

Poetry By: Crow of light

A short poem of my mind an gratitude to God

Submitted:Jun 9, 2013    Reads: 144    Comments: 2    Likes: 3   

Sitting in an unknown chair

Pondering whether my soul has a pair

Wondering if my life has been unfair

If love has been stolen from my heart

I pass lots of pretty women

of which none make my heart skip

Or soul overflow with joy

I ponder if my solitude of dark mist

Will ever let the good in my heart exists

If my walls of protection will ever crumble

Or will I be left in darkness to fumble

I ponder if my mind is sane

Or has that Raven skwarked

it's last plea of insanity through my ears

I sit in this chair and I ponder,

I ponder all the fond dreams

that exceed my nightmares

I ponder all the wrong and right in life,

never wondering what would happen if I tried to exists

I sit in blind solitude,

letting my mind rot in the body I sees to use

I let my light be consumed by insanities sickness

I ponder the change I need to make

What's at stake if don't

But for my sanities sake

I must move from my chair

I must leave this dark lair

I must destroy the lies I have built around myself

I sit in my chair and ponder

I ponder what would happen if it wasn't for him

Sending his holy hand down

and lifting me from grim

I ponder what person I would be

If he didn't send she

What man I would be if it wasn't for my lady so fair

I ponder if it wasn't for My saviour

would I be in that chair

Sitting bare of life

My soul being dragged down in strife

I thank you God for purification

For my salvation

For giving me my lady so fair

I sit in this chair grateful


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