This Feeling, I'M Finding

Poem By Candice Renae Williams

This feeling inside is a new mystery,
Where life is flowing, leaving me lost.
Why does my mind feel curiosity?
Why does this feeling melt the hardened frost?
If my heart thaws, making dark into light,
Then I may never again be so sad.
Because this wonder has made everything feel right.
This finding gives me reason to be glad.

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