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No Longer Do Broken Wings Fly
by Poetry by Deborah

Wednesday, November 05, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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In silence and in turmoil

struggling with the winds of age,

Where the darkness of depression

keeps my spirit in a cage.


I don’t know where the key has gone,

and I cannot fathom why...

I’m just a shell of who I was

while clouds darken my sky.


Hear my cry, inner spirit strong,

help me stand to the trials of time.

Bring me peace on a winged horse,

steps to your heaven I would gladly climb.


Hush! Be still, my wounded heart,

let me stand once again ‘pon your shore.

Bring the sun back to my world,

let it shine once again at my door.


Bring the bright colour of mirth within,

the hues that I see with eyes closed.

Share the brilliance of healing with me,

my feet are so tired with cramped toes.


The stars once shone so brightly

in the velvet darkness of midnight sky.

Bright eyes are now dimmed by the shadows...

no longer do broken wings fly.


© Deborah L. Kelly


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Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 2/10/2009
An excellent poem with a great message,take care

Reviewed by Felix Perry 11/5/2008
Masterly done Deb and a treasure to read and savor.

Reviewed by George Carroll 11/5/2008
A strong poem on how we must overcome the curves life throws at us and seek a better tomorrow.
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 11/5/2008
Beautiful, very beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva

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