Learn To Let Go

Poem By Marisol Espoir

Am I run mad that I believe?
In things that others cannot see.
I do not wish you to relieve
me of divine insanity.

I can reject reality
it holds but small allure for me.
I much prefer my fantasy.
My dreams that others cannot see.

Although you doubt my sanity.
That does not mean you are correct
The things I see you cannot see.
You are too frightened to accept.

Your mind is closed you do not see
Remove the blinkers from your eyes
and see the fairies everywhere.
All I can do is sympathise.

You do not really want to see.
Your version of reality
is all you think that there can be.
But still you dare to pity me.


(14-Aug-07)

Comments about Learn To Let Go

I can understand the feeling, of seeing things into raw reality when others desbelieve and still can't convince you of otherwise. :)


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