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Hey, You

Could You Believe Again?

By Sara WynnPublished 10 months ago 1 min read
Hey, You
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Hey, You,

I know you are afraid, my dear,

and right you are to be.

I know the world has not been kind;

I've seen what you have seen.


But I am not the world,

for I am only one;

Yes, I have seen the moon set sail

to chase the setting sun.


The sun, he rises every night

to face the darkness black,

and it continues to return,

and still, he rises back.


And so should you still rise again

quite like the faithful sun

for in the dark, you light my way,

and you're my only one.


Could you believe in love again?

Could you have faith in me?

Could you believe that I will rise?

Would you set sail to me?




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About the Creator

Sara Wynn

Poetry is my language, and Earth is my playground.

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  • Donna Renee10 months ago

    I really like this! Especially the lines about the sun rising to face the darkness

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