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No Fear

There is a place inside my head Where thoughts of other worlds will tread When I awaken from a dream Standing alongside a purple stream With a lime green cast upon the skies And a twinkling glimmer in my eyes Moons and stars that look so queer And a rushing sound within my ears I wonder if I should be afraid To be in a place quite so strange Roots of trees lying all around Whilst comes a rumbling from the ground There beyond the shivering leaves Many eyes staring back at me Out of the shroud of thickened mist On my hand is placed a gentle kiss The nerves of steel begin to fray With a restless feeling akin to dismay As a darkening shadow draws so near And yet still. I feel no fear. Suddenly aware of fields of green The most beautiful place I've ever seen A carpet of turquoise flows through the hills Mine greedy eyes can't get their fill With windows wide open to a soothing breeze Finding it's way through the forest of trees Leaving resonating echoes loud as a train As I felt a tremble inside my brain I hear whispers there upon my ear And yet still. I feel no fear The origin of such a beautiful song Grabbing my hand and pulling me along Oh it's the One who gave me life Father dearest with all your might Giving me the strength to let you go And become a part of the superlative show With a gentle hand once again to dry my eyes While I watch you capture such a glorious prize Deep down I can feel the time is near And yet still. I feel no fear Scattered pieces of a great full life Flash before mine deep inside A heart string is plucked to the tune of love Played by an angel sent from way up above While brilliant rays of light abound There I see you safe and sound Traveling back alone from where I came Crying buckets of tears like pouring rain Recalling the soft whisper you had to say "Be happy my child. We'll meet again one day." Feeling a presence always so near And yet still. I feel no fear

Copyright © Scarlett Sepulvado Anderson

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  1. Date: 7/9/2012 11:15:00 AM
    Hi Scarlett brilliant write to you father sure he would be proud of you, all the best Owen

  1. Date: 7/16/2010 11:44:00 PM
    Still holding on this precious moments of your father, much endearing when we think of it once in a while, but only to prove that we still longing for them to be here in our time. A lovely write, Scarlett. Thank you for friendly comment to my poem. (^_^) Noel.

  1. Date: 7/13/2010 3:19:00 PM
    Scarlett, this is simply outstanding. This gem should have more comments than 7. Golly, it needs to be read. It's heading to my favs. This is a poem you can read time and time again, and it's as fresh as the first time >> James

  1. Date: 7/13/2010 9:27:00 AM
    Good. I try to just read the poems that rhyme, I have a hard time understanding others.

  1. Date: 7/13/2010 5:21:00 AM
    An awesome tribute Scarlett, thank you for taking the time out to comment on my piece ;) rdgs Wilma

  1. Date: 7/13/2010 5:06:00 AM
    nice tribute to your dad, enjoyed reading today!

  1. Date: 7/13/2010 4:36:00 AM
    Great write...Very expressive and emotive..Shows great love and honor of your loved one..Sara

  1. Date: 7/12/2010 6:39:00 PM
    Wow, Scarlett, I dont' remember if I knew it before. you are at least part Choctaw-Apache then? This poem very much gives that feeling of how the ancient ones felt about nature and after life. Very beautiful. LUv, Andrea

  1. Date: 7/12/2010 5:35:00 PM
    A moving write, I enjoyed the read. Caryl

  1. Date: 7/12/2010 5:34:00 PM
    I love the way you create imagery and suspense, Scarlett, before finding "the One" who restores your sense of security. Very refreshing poem! Love, Carolyn