Sunday, 29 April 2012

Walk With Me #Poetry #Poem

Walk with me, where valleys rise to touch the heavens,
Where gentle streams become a stampede of white horses,
Tumbling and crashing over craggy rocks and falls.
Where love is kind and the grass always greenest.

Walk with me, take my hand, open your eyes and see,
The beauty of a sunrise, the sorrow in a sunset,
Embrace me as day melts into all encompassing night,
Watch stars shoot across the blackened blueness.

Walk with me, and when your legs tire I'll carry you,
Together we will take this journey, explore each mystery,
No stone unturned, no path untravelled, Walls will crumble,
Courage in unity, two souls, together as one.

Walk with me, through this life, we will not fail,
When our summer years turn to autumn, then winter,
Though the burning light of life fades to darkness,
Walk with me, from light to shadow, and forever beyond.

Inspired by Lady Emily


Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Lovely poem and photo.

David Barber said...

Wow, that was beautiful. Well done. I'll be stopping by more often!

Pastor Sharon said...

Oh honey, I have been gone from my blog way too long. This is quite lovely!

Anonymous said...

Wow, love your writing


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