“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

be wise and step softly

count every footprint

the trees are quiet today

look up and see

the skies all the grimmer

and the dark too thick to penetrate

and we wished for it

yeah we called the storm

regretting it

oh we regret

and all of me

was soaking wet

i was soaking wet

forget the silence

the rainfall is louder

my voice goes unheard amongst the noise

but a heart beats and frightens

the thunder away

so sudden with all it has to say

and we wished for it

yeah we called the storm

regretting it

oh we regret

and all of me

was soaking wet

i was soaking wet

be wise and step softly

count every footprint

the trees are quiet today

look up and see

the skies all the grimmer

and the dark too thick to penetrate

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Comments on: "I Don’t Know What To Call It :\" (3)

  1. This poem reminds me of when my son and me were caught in a thunder and hail storm, so unexpected. I still love nature though.

  2. amazing poem.. its very uplifting.. 🙂

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