Entering

Unmoved

Crafted in hard mahogany

Battered with age

Ruined through indifference

Your weathered frame

Times forgotten door.

 ———–

Carefully

Through trembling shadows

Past distant clouds

Into eternal dreams

Slowly reaching out

Life’s forgotten hope.

———–

Entering

Loves endless summer

Joys remembered thread

Sacrifices silent grace

Freed from darkness

Mercy’s forgotten bridge.

———–

Written for Poets United – Wonder Wednesday – 11

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6 Responses to Entering

  1. nightlake says:

    this was well done..beautiful..touching sorrow in your poems..

  2. Mary says:

    “Mercy’s forgotten bridge” — lots to ponder here.

  3. Margaret says:

    Hmm. It’s never too late for mercy.

  4. WabiSabi says:

    This is so contemplative , dreamlike and prayerful….I loved it, especially the hopefulness of the last line.

  5. Ella says:

    I am glad one can still see mercy’s bridge~
    This was beautiful layered 😀

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