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The Journey From Me to You

Updated on May 1, 2013

I can almost see the hands move
As the ticking builds like a wave
I wish I could just make it stop
But it is time that we can never save

Every new pain I feel inside
Makes me wonder if I’m close to the end
I wonder if my body is just giving out
Or is it a message God is trying to send?

It’s getting harder to be around people
I’d rather sleep than go for a walk
I want to spend time with my dreams
Because I like to think instead of talk

I wonder how flowers get their shape
They seem to know what to do
They know how they need to be
To begin the journey from me to you

I see the changes on your face
And in the way you live each day
You seem to be more accepting
Even though the pain never goes away

I don’t want to be a burden in your life
Or someone upon whom you cannot depend
I have to think beyond my own needs
And learn to be more of a friend

You can pray for guidance in a closet
But you can also decide what to do
There is no mystery to being a good person
I just need to stop blaming you

Each day a petal turns to the sky
There is nothing but beauty and love
What difference to a woman who smiles
If a man cannot understand what it is made of?

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    • manatita44 profile image

      manatita44 4 years ago from london

      Nice. Improving all the time.

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      Cat 4 years ago from New York

      TheSuburbanPoet,

      Oh I simply adored this, so beautiful, so sweet. For this poem, you ought reconsider yourself TheRuralPoet!

      Up and Beautiful!

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      The Suburban Poet 4 years ago from Austin, Texas

      @manatit - Thank you!

      @Cantuhearmescream - Thank you for saying that. You are very kind. The Rural Poet.... hmmmm.... that might work too! I'm not so suburbany anymore anyway....

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