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one glimpse of hope

mist on the ev'ning
     soft breezes blow
colored leaves have been
     wrapped for the show
watching an angel
     dancing so slow
lost in the music
     no place to go

calls from the distance 
     echo in part
from messages hung
     next to the art
and then there's one child
     inside life's chart
hoping that freedom's
     still pure of heart

songs from the valley
     offer no clue
to all the myst'ries
     we have moved through
studies of springtimes
     bring nothing new
from shadowed mountains
     hidden from view

somehow spirits drift 
     throughout the dreams
coated in moonlit
     yellows and creams
alongside fountains 
     and narrow streams
nothing that matters
     is as it seems

still we wipe the mist
     from burning eyes
to stare at faces
     lost in disguise
by gossamer wings
     carried through skies
is the broken soul
     promised to rise

angel still dances
     in her own way
knowing forever
     is here to stay
she sees through the mist
     those whom will stray
it's for them alone
     she'll ever pray



     



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  1. Date: 10/23/2012 12:03:00 PM
    Wonderful reading your excellent poetry today Daniel. Love, Carol

  1. Date: 10/22/2012 9:00:00 PM
    This was wonderfull to read. It took me by surprise and is the best autume poem I have read yet. Thank you for taking me there.

    Larson Avatar Daniel Larson
    Date: 10/22/2012 9:21:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    Thank you so much for your wonderful comments. Regards, Daniel