Darkness fades as the moon drops
Light shining through the mountaintops.
Silence settles in my soul
Beauty of the world making me feel whole.
The untouched powder glistening
The wind quietly whispering.
Crisp air brushing my skin
Breathing deeply as I take it all in.
Life keeps ticking as times burning
The World forever keeps turning.
This moment will come and go
A picturesque to bestow.
Closing my eyes briefly
My inner thoughts drifting freely.
Calmness washing over me
As I find peace in Tennessee.
Blades of green swaying gracefully
The wind fluting dreamy melodies
White plumes floating up high
Birds chirping sweet lullabies
Rays of yellow making everything vibrant
Emotions filling with excitement
Greedily inhaling the open air
The fresh earthy scent is everywhere
The landscape so lush and serene
Disbelief as to how much of the world is unseen
Laying back to soak up the beams of the sun
Wishing time would stop, this feeling has me undone
The doubts fester and surface with fear
Fear she lost herself
Desires shoved up on a tattered shelf
Struggling, lost in the abyss
No one to save her, she’s been dismissed
The tears are casted aside, ignored
She fears no one truly cares anymore
How did she get here?
She’s lost and who she is just disappeared
The love for her has waned
His passion seems restrained
She wants to feel worth it
Her body to be worshipped
To show the desire
Rekindle the love that burned like fire
But there are parts of her he hates
The hurt sinks her heart with grievous weights
They’re change has caught up with reality
Praying to find herself and heat their love to a new degree
HEYY! Can you hear me? Is anyone there?
Everyday feels like an endless nightmare
Shadows cast around and leaves fall down
The breeze whirling them all around
Tall oak trees are scattered about
Resembling people all throughout
What’s the difference between the woods and the city?
Here in solitude, there are no eyes with pity
I shout and shout until my lungs strain for air
Hoping, wishing I might be heard somewhere
People ignore my desperate pleas
At least here in the woods, the echoes shout back at me