Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Tomorrow - November 02, 2010




Tomorrow

Tomorrow, a private dance will be ending
The sky will yield a bird its blue
All shall wonder at the sight of a new beginning
On a wild pathway
Full of bountiful
Truth

No dark shadows shall dream behind our eyes
Roses will slumber in perfect peace
We will all wonder at this beauty as we sigh
Now understanding
That our pain
Will cease

Our valleys shall again belong to us one and all
Embraced by the arms of calming winds
We will all smile in wonder as we hear the call
Of our beautiful world
Turning round
Again

Today, we stand in silence, awaiting this last dance
A whole reflection of what will be
As time grows we smile and await this chance
To walk this pathway of truth
While birds make ready
To be free

Copyright *Neva Flores @2010


12 comments:

Juan said...

Sure, the sun will shine more., For everyone.

Anonymous said...

Winter's on its way the birds will make their way to Winter Homes. To be Free like the Birds can set Your spirit Free.

Jonie said...

One of your most beautiful poems (((Neva)))- touches me deeply.
Reminds me of Revelation: "He will wipe every tear from their eyes.
There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain...".
Hugs!

ensemble5 said...

Poeme really powerful... finesse reflection... bien écrie Neva ..

lorilynn said...

wonderful as usual. words of encouragement for tomorrow.

Kate Smedley said...

There's a very spiritual feel to this poem Neva and I agree with Jonie, it touches me deeply too.

Chris G. said...

Deep and touching poem--a whole otherworldly, spiritual quality to it as well that makes the poem feel very immersive to me. Wonderful work!

BBB said...

Very moving piece!

Anonymous said...

Hey there, Neva:

At peace ... following the private dance; interesting ... at the mention of the valley it begins to parallel / connect to psalm 23 and being on the otherside of the valley David references. The language used calms ... good.

M

Jingle Poetry said...

you make me fly,
wow.
divine work.

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Beatrice said...

For me, this is one of your best poems. Very moving.