“Learn to light a candle in the darkest moments of someone’s life. Be the light that helps others see; it is what gives life its deepest significance.” – Roy T. Bennet

yes i figure that instead of looking cold

you could put a smile there

and the way i see it my my mind

it would be the best of all

*

or go ahead believing in the story

of the cloud that beat the sun

but you’ll get tired of saying “never”

and you’ll let a “maybe” fall

*

soon you’ll see as well as i

that the air is really warm

and you’ll be staring in the faces

that have come to cheer you on

*

or go ahead believing in the story

of the cloud that beat the sun

and just forget about the colors

of the one that should’ve won

*

like a snail do you wish it on your back

you were carrying your home?

only to abandon every thought

at the slightest hint of snow?

*

but go ahead believing in the story

of the cloud that beat the sun

you should know i’ll be behind you

when you find your time to run

© 2011 singinthebreeze.wordpress.com

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Comments on: "The Cloud That Beat The Sun" (9)

  1. welcome to poets rally.
    love your blog style, wow.
    smiles.

    please link in your entry via linkz under the collection, find the blue button, click on it…

    have fun!
    Happy Rally.

  2. I can relate to this, beautiful Heather!

  3. Great poem 🙂

  4. Nice poem 🙂

  5. Great job I love the repeated stanza its really hard trying to help someone who doesn’t want to be happy, who doesn’t know how to be

  6. This is a wonderful metaphor, I like the abstract view of positive outlook here. Great write ~ Rose

  7. Please Check out short story slam week 5,

    write a poem or a story based on the image, link to our week 5 collection of short stories, and have fun!
    Bless your day!
    Hope to see you in,
    Keep your creative juice running,
    BEST!
    xoxox

    your talent is as precious as gem, keep sharing.

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