Morning Noon & Night
Morning noon and night
Scared and alone,
Feeling like the world is so far away
And the heart still longs for home,
The cuddly hand of someone you love
The kind gestures from your neighbor above.
Hopefull and naive to the world around
Awaiting the safety of home and a familiar sound.
Longing for days that shall never arrive
Dreading the days to say good bye
Knowing that forever is a second away
Wishing and praying for one more day.
Ungranting the favor
Is what he shall do
Forcing the day to come
Unwillingly saying good bye to you
One small favor is all that is asked
Just let us enjoy the time that shall pass.
Please let us smile and feel content
Let us enjoy the time we have spent.
Combining the heartache
And fears in the mind
We learn about forever
We learn to combine.
A stranger a friend
A friend now a stranger
But we continue trusting
Knowing the danger.
We are okay with the issues to pass
And we know some friendships and heartaches weren’t meant to last.
But yet again is another day.
And another person to know will come our way.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Terrie* (188.8.131.52) -- Wednesday, December 15 2004, 02:25 am|
very touching words you lend....thanx for sharing...loved every word expressed and shared...
|J Freedom Long (184.108.40.206) -- Thursday, December 16 2004, 02:04 am|
Thanks Baby Girl for a stirring poem of sadness, closure and hope...that sums up so much in your last two sentences. So true that we never know who will come to us next...regardless of past "heartaches and friendships not meant to last"....very true and profound. Thanks again for a lovely poem. Don't forget the times in between morning, noon and night...
|Megan (220.127.116.11) -- Saturday, December 18 2004, 09:52 pm|
This poem makes me feel something. Great poem BabyGirl.
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