Our Life Awaits

Poem By Sydney Kerr

I’ve been wandering around this empty place
Looking to put a smile on this desperate face
But artificial was all I found
And failing to get what I needed done
Running myself into the ground
In my cloudiest of days you were the sun
And you always shine

Let’s go some place our future lies
A place that holds even bluer skies
Somewhere prettier than you’re warm brown eyes
Let’s a find a place that fits our needs
And find some ground to plant our seeds
So we can watch them grow

Comments about Our Life Awaits

Sometimes the place to run to is behind those 'warm brown eyes'...nice...Coach

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