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No shadows in loves calm
Why after all of my mistake ridden years Have I been granted the eyes of truth? I see beauty in so many different ways Than I ever did before, my song sounds Sweeter than it ever did, and the echoes Of my incoming evening tide, though near Are far away on a horizon of waiting dreams, And my soul feels as light as the rising dawn. Why did those passing whispers of forever Decide to nest in the furthermost corners Of my grieving heart, and what gave their Salve such a sweetly healing holy touch, That lit me up like a smile on a rainy day? And why are my footprints still in the sand So far away from yesterday? I feel as if I am still walking with you like I always did. What makes a sunset turn into a psalm, and Why do rainbows comfort my eyes, like one Day when I was young, I saw the sun down A wishing well, and when I got home, I looked In the mirror, and a rainbow was etched across My face, and its colours were so gentle a reminder Not to let my heart grow drab and grey again, yet Rainbows never can be born without a touch of rain…
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