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Triumphant In Shadows That Depart The Room

by Lisa A Lachapelle about a month ago in love poems · updated 24 days ago
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An Eternal Wondering

Pexel Art

My heart, my heart

I'm filled with a question

An eternal wondering

A quiet genuflection

For you

Triumphant shadows depart the room

Shadows are troubles

Freedom in a crisp blue sky and little white flowers

Let me at least write this

For you have all the power

Are you here to take him away?

Never take away from anything

To make him stay and bring boldness back

Sighs on your shoulders like wings to soothe

If clouds could speak, they'd light your face

Because that's the light shining on you

A whisper from the north star

Is a comfort that fills the space

Is peace

Hands that come together

Is monumental grace

A vision sweet

The Emperor and Virgil scrying steam from a font

This, in Heaven, is where all beginnings start

What was the question?

Now I can't remember it

That's what you do to me


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Lisa A Lachapelle

Novels in 2012, 2013, 2015. Poems in Library of Congress editions, World Poetry Movement,Great Poets of America. Wordpress,Notes From Caeli's Well; RPI Poets Are Heroes Valiant Edition mag, Vocal. https://lalachapelle.webstarts.com/

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  • Cathy holmes23 days ago

    This is beautiful and so well written

  • Beautiful poem!

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