Blindness to light

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic
A poem simply put about light

Submitted: July 03, 2015

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Submitted: July 03, 2015



Let not the sunlight cry,

For that I mean let it not die,

For light of day we shall be.

One in heart, in harmony.

The glass pane,

through which we've seen such pain,

Porous the hearts of the evil,

Through which so many kill.


Light holds the key,

So we say as we see.

And the world tells us;

“look away.” but for not our blindness,

We will not see.

Such the light as meant to be,

For no other seethe,

Other than our own ignorance.

Such the bliss told to follow,

Not apparent in such the lied.


Open eyes see the rise,

Of what was once a day,

now turned to night.

Day time realign,

An obvious destructive sign.

Brighten thy eyes to see,

So such the darkness shall not be.

Perish not thy mind,

But expand and override

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